Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership
School of Education
Kevin Stokes is an assistant professor of educational leadership at Maryville, teaching graduate students who aspire to be principals and superintendents. Previously, he was the founding principal of an international school for 3- to 18-year-olds in Myanmar, and before that he spent seven years as the principal of a high school close to the southeast of London. He began his career teaching in a large high school in southeast England, teaching history, French, sociology, sex and health education, and physical education. He earned his doctorate from Maryville and his master’s from the University of London.
EDL 710: Developing Myself as Leader
EDL 724: Capstone and Culminating Experiences
EDL 762: Systems Thinking
EDL 765: Advanced Research for School Leaders
EDL 775: Capstone Continuation
Areas of Expertise:
- Comparative research on education leadership in the U.S. and U.K.
- School administration