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Carolina Brito

Carolina Brito

Oyster-Adams Bilingual School

Carolina Brito is a proud advocate for Latin American heritage and has dedicated her career to fostering equitable classrooms and school communities where Black and Latino excellence can thrive. Her educational journey started with establishing a Bilingual Ethnic Studies program at a Boston high school, and most recently, she served as the principal of a K-8 dual language school within Boston Public Schools (BPS).  

Before becoming an administrator, Ms. Brito served as a teacher across several subjects, including Spanish and Ethnic Studies, world history, world religions, and Advanced Placement (AP) seminars. She also spent time as the Dean of Humanities, where she directed the teacher recruitment process oriented towards mission fit and growth potential, combining efforts with year-long coaching and support. 

Ms. Brito strives to coach teachers to innovate, collaborate, and execute excellent equity-driven, bilingual, anti-racist classroom instruction. While at BPS, Ms. Brito also piloted Advanced Placement (AP) Spanish in the 8th grade, allowing students to be the first public middle school students to take and pass AP exams in Massachusetts. Ms. Brito is proud of her legacy of accelerating academic achievement and fulfilling the promise of graduating brilliant, bilingual students, and she is looking forward to sharing in the future success of the Oyster-Adams community.  

Ms. Brito holds a bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature & Society from Columbia University and a master's degree in special studies from Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. 

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