Dr. London is in his 21st year of education, 15 of which have been with the Central Dauphin School District. Dr. London has taught 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grades during his educational career. Additionally, he served as principal for 1 year. He holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Millersville University, a master's degree in educational development and strategies from Wilkes University, and doctoral degree from Widener University in K-12 educational leadership. His dissertation research examined the impact of teacher interpretation of misbehavior on overrepresentation in office discipline referrals for Black male students.
Since 2014, Dr. London has worked as an adjunct instructor of education at Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), where he currently teachers EDUC 110: Foundations of PK-4 Education to aspiring teachers. He has taught EDUC 140: Integrating Arts and Play as Educative Process, EDUC 220: Mathematics for the Early Learner, and EDUC 290: Principles of Classroom Instruction.
Outside of work, Dr. London devotes his time as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in York County for abused and neglected children to ensure safety, permanency, and stability. In this role, Dr. London is appointed by a judge to advocate to ensure each child's best interests are heard. He gathers facts and reports those in a court report without bias.
As an assistant principal, Dr. London intends to lead students with instructional and behavioral guidance and support with a focus on equitable appraoches. Dr. London believes teachers need assistant principals who are engaged and invested in current pedagogy in both academics and behavior.
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