- M.A., Educational Administration, Howard University, Washington D.C., USA
- B.Ed., Elementary Education & Ethnic Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, USA
- K-12, Principal and Teaching Certificates
Mark Enoch Robertson is a highly successful and seasoned K-16 educator of more than thirty years. He has worked throughout the USA and internationally in Vietnam, China, Myanmar and Indonesia. Mr. Robertson has been a Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, District Director and University Instructor.
His educational philosophy is steeped in the belief that every student should be afforded an, “opportunity to learn in a caring, supportive and collaborative environment, where they can reach their potential and glimpse the horizon beyond.”
Throughout his career, he has dedicated his efforts toward creating opportunities for all students. He has designed and implemented models of inclusion, accelerated and enrichment programs for students.
In 2017, he published Teaching at Level of Need (TALON). Focusing on strategies that accelerate academic growth for all elementary students.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, exercise, cooking and writing.