About The Journey
Why they hire us?
Superintendent of Schools
“Dr. Campbell did his part and now all we have to do is run with it.”
High School Math Teacher
“There was meeting information that helped with student relationships. The biggest item was that most students who are discipline problems have poor grades. Several of my biggest offenders ended up classified as special needs and were removed. Those few that remained, I changed my way of thinking, and tried to get them to be more successful academically, so their behavior would be less disruptive.”
Hutchinson Kansas NAACP President
“The Eliminate Classroom Racism Seminar is comprehensive, informative, and should be required training for all schools”
Fairfield Townships Public Schools
Dr. Wanda Carter
“Dr. Campbell’s dedication and determination resulted in student appreciation for education”.
High School Business Teacher
Hello, Mr. Campbell, just a note to let you know that I felt the Promoting Positive Teacher Student Classroom Relationships group was a positive thing in our school. I personally wish more teachers were involved.
The journey to Quarantine Racism® Outlet began several decades ago. I began as a math teacher for over 13 years. I worked in several school districts which included – District of Columbia, Prince Georges County, Philadelphia, Camden, NJ, and Cherry Hill East High School. Afterwards I worked several years as a central office worker as a Curriculum Supervisor and pre-k to 12 Math Supervisor. In 2005, I worked as an assistant principal at Camden County Technical High School – Pennsauken Campus. I was the second Black male administrator that had ever worked at this high school. This is a picture of me with the other two Camden County Technical High School administrators.
As an administrator I was responsible for supervising teachers and student discipline. As I continued with my daily tasks. I noticed that student discipline was consuming the majority of my time. Specifically, Black students account for 45% of the processed disciplinary infractions while accounting for only 33% of the student population. Hispanics, Whites, and Asians account for 53%, 1%, and 1%, of the processed disciplinary infractions, respectively.
The following graphic reveals that there was an imbalance in the school demographics.
At that time, I was a doctoral student a Rowan University. I decided to do my dissertation on ‘Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships’. Shortly thereafter, I published my first book – Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships.
After writing the book, I was invited as an author to conduct book signings. I was invited to speak at conferences – to include the NAACP, school boards, and conducted Racial Equality seminars.
I started a radio talk show titled ‘Culturally Speaking with Doctor Derrick’. I had numerous guests from various industries and backgrounds. I ensured that each guest knew that the focus of the show was determine viable solutions for racial equity challenges of people of color. Here are a few photos of the show.
In the interim, I started a Racial Equity business which is found at RacismExterminator.com