Founder and Executive Director
The Social Justice School
Myron Long is a native Washingtonian, a graduate of DC Public Schools, and a veteran DC teacher and principal, most recently at the E.L. Haynes Public Charter School. He graduated from Morgan State University in Maryland with dual degrees in philosophy and political science and received his master’s degree in philosophy with a concentration in social policy from American University.
At every stage of his career, Myron has brought a commitment to social justice into his educational practice. He is a NewSchools Venture Fund grantee and a Camelback Ventures fellow, an inaugural Expeditionary Learning School Design fellow, as well as a 4.0 Schools fellow. Most importantly, he continues to be an advocate for social justice and equity because of his two children, Glorious and Honor.