About Blocker Education

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about us

We believe in the collective potential of educators at all levels to make a positive difference in the lives of all students.

Blocker Education (Blocker Education Research LLC) has been working with K–12 institutions since 2015 to build the capacity of educational administrators and educators. 

Through strategic programs geared toward organizational capacity building and continuous school improvement, Blocker Education is dedicated to helping advance equitable student outcomes.

Focus Areas

  • K-12 District and School Improvement
  • Staff Development and Training
  • Consultation and Technical Assistance

Our Founder & CEO

Dr. Tyrone Blocker is an innovative, forward-looking leader in the field of K-12 educational system and school improvement.

He has worked in education for over twenty years, established Blocker Education Research, LLC in 2015 in transitioned its headquarters to San Antonio, Texas and office in Bellevue, Washington.

Dr. Blocker worked as a teacher, principal, and district administrator, all with the goal of improving public schools for students in grades K-12.

In 2013, he received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University’s Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture for his scholarly contributions to educational reform through school-level systems and practices.

Today, Blocker Education is growing educational consulting and training company.  

We are committed to makes a difference that extends from the boardroom into classrooms by giving school administrators and teachers professional growth opportunities and school improvement tools.

Empowering educators at all levels for positive school transformation.

Vision Statement

To empower educators at all levels to improve policies, programs, and professional practices for all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, language, culture, or other human factors.

Mission Statement

To deliver targeted educational support and training services to K-12 schools, districts, and other organizations in order to facilitate and sustain positive school change.

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