Julius Lockett has dedicated his entire career to understanding and serving urban underserved communities and schools. In the first decade of his professional career, Julius was employed as a Police Officer in Fulton County, Georgia. He later worked with the Restorative Justice based Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program, in Fresno, California. After receiving a teaching credential at Fresno Pacific University, Julius served in numerous urban public school positions as Teacher, Dean of Students, Assistant/Vice Principal, and Principal for 18 years.
In 2003, Julius founded the Urban Essential 101 Process. Over the years, the approach has proven to be a successful implementation in urban schools. Using the UE101 formula, Relationships + Resources = Results, numerous site staffs have unleashed the academic potential at their school.
About Julius R. Lockett
- Attended Urban Under-Served Schools (primary and secondary) in Atlanta, Georgia
- Georgia State University, Public and Urban Affairs BS, MS
- Fulton County (GA) Police Officer
- Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP)
- Fresno Pacific University, Teacher Credential
- University of San Diego, Administrative Credential
- San Diego Unified School District, Teacher and Dean of Students
- Keiller Leadership Academy, San Diego, CA, Vice Principal/Chief of Student Affairs
- Orange Glen High School, Escondido, CA, Assistant Principal
- Discovery High School, Sacramento, CA, Principal
- Valley Community School Merced, Merced, CA, Principal
- Urban Essentials 101: A Handbook for Understanding and Unleashing the Academic Potentials in Urban Underperforming Schools (2006)
- Georgia State University: Regent Scholarship , Graduate Program
- Fresno Pacific University: Teacher Education Academic Scholarship Recipient
- Central California Dispute Resolution Association Award Winner 1998
- University of San Diego, 30 Exemplary ELDA Alumnus Making a Difference 2011
GET THE UE 101 HANDBOOK
The Urban Essentials 101 Handbook for Understanding and Unleashing the Academic Potential in Urban Underperforming Schools is available for teachers.