Dr. Marvin Marshall is one of America’s leading experts in reducing stress that is so prevalent in work relationships, schools, and homes. He is an author, educator, and international professional speaker (25 countries on 5 continents). He demonstrates how to use authority without coercion so relationships are not adversely affected.
His without stress approach is totally noncoercive—but never permissive. He is the author of a number of landmark and award-winning books.
His approach is transformational — as he shares many commonly used counterproductive and ineffective practices—and then replaces them with more effective approaches.
He has founded a charity to supply his teaching book and staff development at no charge to any school in the U.S.A. that commits to using his program for one year. His approach promotes responsible behavior and reduces apathy towers learning.
He was a full-time lecturer for over three years at California State University, Los Angeles and has lectured at numerous universities across the United States.
He has taught primary and upper grade and every grade 7-12 in a variety of subjects in urban and suburban schools and communities. He has served as an instructional leader, athletic director, counselor, guidance department chair, high school assistant principal of supervision and control, high school assistant principal of curriculum and instruction—as well as an elementary, middle, and high school principal and district director of education.
He is certified by the William Glasser Institute on Choice Theory, Reality Therapy, and Quality Management.
His academic history includes being chosen outstanding male student upon receiving his Bachelor’s in Language Arts from California State University, Los Angeles. His Masters in Business Administration was earned at the same university. He was awarded a Doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California and is one of only a handful of California educators who holds a Standard Administration Credential, which required a doctorate and an academic major. His major was economics.