Dr. Daryl

Daryl Howard, Ph.D., is an equity instructional specialist whose work and research interests include race and cultural proficiency, social emotional learning, and the triumphs and challenges of African American male students. As a member of Maryland’s State Department of Education’s Task Force on Equity and Excellence for Black Boys, he researches and recommends policy and practice to disrupt harmful narratives, decrease disproportionality and elevate achievement. Howard is instrumental in the work of the Building our Network of Diversity (BOND) Project, where he leads initiatives focused on the recruitment, development and retention of male educators of color, as well as empowerment of underserved male students. Howard is the author of Complex People: Insights at the Intersection of Black Culture and American Social Life. Follow him on Twitter @darylhowardphd.

Articles by Dr. Daryl

Stop Talking in Code: Call Them Black Boys

A Black educator challenges colleagues to consider the school-based and societal implications of calling Black boys “Black males.”