Tiffany Huitt


  • Advanced placement
  • College preparation
  • College readiness
  • Curriculum
  • Low-income students
  • Minority students
  • PISA
  • School choice
  • Science
  • STEM education

Tiffany Huitt is the principal of the School of Science and Engineering at the Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Magnet Center in Dallas, and an adjunct professor at the University of Phoenix Dallas Campus. Huitt began her career in the Dallas Independent School District as a science teacher in 1999. She left the classroom to become a lead science teacher, instructional coach and instructional supervisor. While holding these positions, she developed science curriculum, assessments and professional development for K-12 science courses and was assigned to the lowest performing schools within the Dallas ISD. She has also worked as a consultant with several school districts throughout Texas to improve teaching quality and was employed by the Texas Education Agency to assist turnaround schools. She has worked as a trainer for companies such as Sally Ride Science Academy and has served on several local, state and national committees. Huitt received her bachelor’s degree from Paul Quinn College and her master’s from the University of Texas at Arlington. For the past two years, Huitt has received the Dallas ISD “Exemplary Principal” rating, which is given to the top six distinguished principals in the district.