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Marcus Campbell

Marcus Campbell

  • Adjunct Lecturer, Master of Science in Education Program


Marcus Campbell has served as superintendent of Evanston Township High School District 202 since July 2022. Campbell was previously the assistant superintendent/principal at ETHS, where he was responsible for providing leadership in developing district strategy and organizational change, including effective instruction practices, impactful diversity and equity initiatives, and responsive programs and services.

He provided administrative leadership to carry out the Board’s Equity & Excellence Mission statement. He oversaw the implementation of the district’s equity transformation programs, training, and initiatives to help improve the overall school culture for all students and to eliminate barriers to the equitable education of students from underrepresented backgrounds.

His goal is to effectively engage students, staff, parents, the board, and community members, clearly articulate the goals and priorities of the district and superintendent, and build support for the district's mission while increasing pride and trust in the school.

Campbell earned his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership at the National College of Education, National Louis University. He also holds a master’s in social and cultural foundations in education from DePaul University and a bachelor’s from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana with a major in English and a minor in African American Studies.


  • BS, University of Illinois
  • MS, DePaul University