Amin Littman was promoted to assistant principal on July 16, 2020. He has been a committed educator for over 22 years. In this time period, he has worked as a special education teacher in both self-contained and inclusive settings across all elementary grade levels. Over the past seven years he has taken on opportunities as an instructional lead teacher, special education lead teacher, and mentor. In these positions he has worked to lead professional development with a focus on data, collaboration, reflection, and proactive planning. As a mentor teacher he has focused on coaching teachers, emphasizing goal setting and work with the county’s implementation of the workshop model in both math and language arts. Last, he has a passion for actively engaging with the community, making sure parents have a voice in all aspects of their child’s education and conducting site visits to Barrett’s community centers to match available resources to students’ needs. He received his bachelors in Psychology and Economics from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and then went on to graduate school for a teaching degree, receiving a masters in teaching in 1997 from Goucher College. In 2015, he completed a second masters program in School Administration at George Mason University. For the past 21 years he has loved working with Barrett’s diverse and warm community.