VIDEO: COMMON GOOD: Mission Never Changed

The year 2020 marked the Ten-year anniversary of my time at the Global Youth Village. Ten years after spending weeks with Iraqi and American youth developing peace-building skills and cultural pluralism I was invited back to discuss how a decade of service and activism has brought to life my idea of global citizenry. We discussContinue reading “VIDEO: COMMON GOOD: Mission Never Changed”

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PUBLIC SPEAKING LINKS VIDEO: The 2nd Annual Data For Black Lives Conference VIDEO: COMMON GOOD: Mission Never Changed AUDIO: Closing Remarks: Georgetown Community Scholars/ Radical Imagination VIDEO: Building the Learning Analytics Curriculum for 2020 and Beyond VIDEO: Lecture Series: Career in Data & Analytics VIDEO: @iamazeem19 in Wonder_Land VIDEO: My Racial Autobiography AUDIO: MEDIATION: Dreams from a Year GoneContinue reading “Media Gallery”

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Hello, below is an overview of my interested. As well as some info on how I live my work, and a few of my offering, cheers! Want the TL_DR? Schedule a 15 minute intro call! At the foundation of my work is an educators spirit Rob Jackson III Founder | Educator | Mentor Lecture @Continue reading “Featured”

About Rob

robertjacksoniii19@gmail.com Call me Rob – Underneath it all I’m educator obsessed with storytelling, community building, and practical innovation. All of my work operates within an intersectional equity framework. Meaning my analytical + diagnostic process is contained within a culturally responsive leadership framework, centering the most impacted and our relationship to power.  All within the umbrellaContinue reading “About Rob”

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A summary of my experience as it relates to research, publications, and roses. Education M.S. Columbia University Teachers College Learning Analytics, May 2018 B.S. Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service Class, May 2014 Research Interest I primarily explore the impact of big data in education on education equity.  I research topics like: Exploring theContinue reading “CV”