Earl Levingston, Ph.D.

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Interim Director and Diversity & Inclusion Trainer

Dr. Earl R. Levingston, Jr. joined IDEA in August 2021. He is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana and a veteran of the United States Army. Dr. Levingston has earned a Ph.D. in Curriculum Instruction, a Master of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Science in History. As a career educator his experiences include: Delivering instruction in United States K-12 settings, institutions of higher education, and the United States Federal Government. He has also provided workshops internationally in Mexico, South Africa, South Korea, and Swaziland. These varied experiences of learning, living and teaching and in different cultures has allowed Dr. Levingston to broaden his perspectives while continuing a consistent pattern of growth as an educator. Dr. Levingston’s 2018 induction into the Hall of Fame at Warren Easton Charter High School, the oldest high school in the state of Louisiana, is one of his crowning achievements.