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Dr. Brucetta McClue

Brucetta McClue, Ph.D. is a veteran educator, and internationally published author who has taught at both high school as well as collegiate levels in Orleans, Jefferson, and East Baton Parishes in Louisiana.  She has also taught in the Houston school district and Kingwood Community College in Texas. She is a graduate of McDonogh 35 High School, in New Orleans.  Her post-secondary education background includes an earned Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Technology Research from Walden University, a master’s degree from Xavier University in Curriculum/Instruction, Computer Science, a bachelor's degree from Loyola University in Business Information Systems, and an associate degree in Business from Delgado Community College. She loves teaching students from various backgrounds to think outside of the box and to be the best that they can be. Her educational philosophy is “when students are taught better, they do better.” She believes that it is necessary for students to acquire the appropriate educational skills to establish gainful employment and/or have a productive cash flow business; these tools are necessary for them to be productive members of their community and globally.