Robbie Adell

Robbie Adell Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Education
Unit: College of Education, Graduate Education
Location: Greer

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." -Nelson Mandela
  • Expertise
    Dr. Adell accomplished educator and administrator with over 36 years of experience in public education in North Carolina. Throughout his career, Dr. Adell has held various leadership roles, including serving as a special education teacher, assistant principal, principal, Assistant Superintendent, and Superintendent. His extensive background in education and his dedication to student success have made him a respected leader in his field. In 2021, Dr. Adell retired from his illustrious career, leaving behind a legacy of excellence in education.
  • Research Interests
    1) Improving educational outcomes for students with special needs. 2) Effective strategies for teacher retention and recruitment. 3) The impact of school leadership on student achievement. 4) Best practices for managing and allocating educational resources. 5) Innovative approaches to professional development for educators. 6) The role of technology in enhancing teaching and learning. 7) The effects of school culture on student success. 8) Strategies for addressing equity and achievement gaps in education. 9) Methods for evaluating and improving school performance. 10) The impact of educational policies on classroom practice and student outcomes.
  • Teaching & Education

    Doctorate of Educational Leadership
    University of the Cumberlands
    Williamsburg, Kentucky

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