Arthur Eduardo Baraf
Arthur Eduardo Baraf has been a high school principal for over ten years—for the past eight years at The Met, an innovative public school in Providence, Rhode Island, which has been noted by President Obama as a model school and is a flagship of the Big Picture Learning network of over 200 schools worldwide. Additionally, he teaches “Personalized Learning” for the Providence College Urban Teaching Masters program, is the founder and host of “The Student-Centered Learning Podcast”, and is advisor and mentor to aspiring principals through the Center for Leadership and Educational Equity’s Principal Residency Network.
After graduating from Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2002, Arthur was a founding teacher and eventually principal of a charter school in Denver, Colorado, where he was named a Mile High Teacher of the Year. Arthur is married, has two delightful daughters, and loves to ride his bike to work, make music, and play Ultimate Frisbee.