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Dr. Christopher Clark is a retired principal and mathematics teacher with a total of 29 years of experience in education: serving as a middle school math teacher, high school math teacher, LEA Accountability Director, Assistant Principal and Principal. He currently serves in the role of Dean of Students for a local Charter School. Dr. Clark received his National Boards in Mathematics in 2000 and has published two articles regarding best practices for training teachers to integrate technology in their classes. Twenty-first century technology integration efforts have always been of particular interest to him as well as curriculum and instruction in general. 

Dr. Clark holds the rank of Associate Professor at Liberty University serving as a Subject Matter Expert for two of their graduate level class (EDUC 668-Teaching Mathematics and EDUC 542-Culturaly Responsive Teaching) in addition to serving on dissertation committees as chair and as reader. Finally Dr. Clark serves in the graduate education department at Campbell University where he teaches a class for future/current school administrators (EDUC 649-Creating and Sustaining School Culture). 

Dr. Clark believes the most important education that he has received has been in the love of the Lord Jesus Christ. His father was an Assemblies of God pastor at the same church for over 50 years until the Lord took him home on February 13, 2023. This love for the Lord is the foundation that Dr. Clark has attempted to build all other knowledge upon.


EdD Curriculum & Instruction, Liberty University, 2013
EdS Teaching and Learning, Liberty University, 2010
MSA University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP), 1998
MaEd Fayetteville State University, 1996
BS Mathematics & Computer Science, UNCP, 1994
12 hours toward a Graduate Certificate in Statistics, North Carolina State University 

  • Technology
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Educational Leadership