Rolandria Justice (Program Director)
Rolandria Justice started her career in education as a middle school English and science teacher in Newark, NJ. After years in the classroom, Rolandria moved on to work as a school administrator supporting the development of positive school culture and systems to increase achievement in schools in Harlem and Brooklyn. She then became the founding principal of a charter school in New Bedford, Massachusetts, where she oversaw, trained, and evaluated lead and associate teachers and led new curriculum development. Most recently, Rolandria worked as an instructional coach for Turnaround for Children, where she facilitated teacher growth through a variety of coaching supports, including classroom observation, descriptive feedback, co-planning, and modeling of lessons.