James A. Miller, Jr., PhD is a public education advocate, activist, professor, independent scholar and documentary filmmaker. For most of his life, he has been involved in and with public education, either as a student, university professor, researcher, substitute teacher and full-time classroom teacher K-12.
Dr. Miller has held Professorships in Sociology/African-American Studies at Wayne State University, the University of Detroit, California State University at Northridge and Los Angeles, and the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), and has been a Senior Research Associate at the National Institute of Education (NIE) in Washington, DC – focusing on creating a five year national research program on the social and cultural foundation of education.
This year Dr. Miller is invited to be one of 7 speakers at the “Magnificent 7” TEDx Talks at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) happening this October 21, 2015 at Welte Hall Auditorium. All talks are posted on TED’s Official sight and TEDxCCSU site within two weeks. TEDx talks are shared nationally and internationally. His topic is 'Privatization - NOT!'
His email address: email@example.com, and he cordially invites people to write him and express their thoughts.