Daniel Baron has spent more than twenty-five years working in public, private and Native American education, pre-K through college, as a teacher, coach, and curriculum developer. He began his teaching career as a student teacher at Bank Street School for Children in New York City.
He went on to become Education Specialist for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. In 1977, he was a founder and teacher-coordinator of the Harmony Elementary School in Bloomington. Currently Daniel is Co-Director of the National School Reform Faculty and the Director of National Programs for Harmony School Education Center.