Dr. Bruce Campbell
Coordinator of Educational Leadership
Dr. Bruce Campbell was appointed Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program at Arcadia University in 2011. In the prior 15 years, he held a variety of positions in the education field, most recently serving as a "Distinguished Educator" for the Pennsylvania Department of Education. In that position, he consulted with school districts throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including those in Allentown, Bethlehem, Chester Upland and North Penn, with a focus on school improvement. Dr. Campbell also worked at education research and non-profits, Research For Better Schools, and the Philadelphia Education Fund, conducting research and program evaluations for various school districts and organizations in the Northeastern region of the United States. His international experience includes service at the University of Nicaragua, Centro Cultural Nicaraguense Norteamericano, in Managua, Nicaragua, as a visiting professor.
Dr. Campbell's work and research centers on school improvement and creating standards-aligned systems that target clear standards, fair assessments, curriculum framework, differentiated instruction, resources and interventions practices in schools. He also is interested in creating resources for schools to foster a sense of resiliency among students, parents, and staff. Dr. Campbell aims to continue to work towards collaborative processes to improve the success of all students, as well as that of the administrators and staff who contribute to the experiences of those students.
Dr. Campbell has his doctorate from Drexel University in Educational Leadership and Learning Technologies, a master’s degree in Urban Education from Temple University, and a bachelor’s degree in Administration of Justice from Pennsylvania State University.