Language Arts Teacher
Originally from Clarksdale, MS, Pamela Haskins moved to Atlanta to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Spelman College. She went on to earn her Masters in Secondary Education from the University of Phoenix where she learned the immense benefits of technology in the educational arena. Before coming to the Ron Clark Academy, Mrs. Haskins worked for the Atlanta Public Schools for 12 years as an English Language Arts teacher in both the middle school and high school levels where she focused on developing the writing skills of her students.
While working with her own students, Mrs. Haskins offered professional development for pre-service and novice teachers in the areas of writing and using complex texts for the Common Core Standards implementation. Because of her work, she has also been recognized by several civil organizations for her service to the students of Atlanta. Mrs. Haskins desires to stay on the cutting edge of education. She believes that parents are the underdeveloped force that can change education for the better. Mrs. Haskins lives in Ellenwood with her husband and 3 beautiful children.