Robert Stell

Senior Specialist, Southwest

Robert Stell brings 26 years of Texas public education service to NIET. He has served as a fifth grade teacher, a sixth grade teacher and a Title I reading teacher. The majority of his career was spent in administrative roles as an assistant principal and principal.

Robert has also served as a part of an educational service center as a leadership training and support specialist serving districts across the state with assistant principal development, teacher incentive allotment support in the form of countless calibration trainings and walks, intensive system data disaggregation and action plan development, and PLC support coaching just to name a few.

Robert is a first generation college student that earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of North Texas.

 Robert  Stell

Who is your favorite teacher?

My favorite teacher was Mrs. Johnson. She chose to see not just who I was, but who I could be. I am always grateful for her investment of time and care.

What was your favorite subject in school and why?

English, without hesitation, was always my favorite subject. The power of language, in written and spoken form, can stir emotion and be the impetus for action that leads to positive change. When we communicate well, we can reach a common understanding and a higher ground in our pursuit of positive change.