Dr. Kylah Clark-Goff is the Director of Clinical Experiences and School-Based Partnerships in Baylor’s Office of Professional Practice. She serves as a liaison between Baylor and the local school districts to facilitate effective relationships and provide the best possible experiences for Baylor education students and local partners.

Dr. Clark-Goff is also an Associate Clinical Professor who absolutely loves teaching college students how to be effective educators. Her mother, a second-grade teacher for many years, instilled in her a passion for education. Dr. Clark-Goff graduated from Baylor University in 1995 as a certified teacher with a BS in Education. She has enjoyed teaching in U.S. and international settings: elementary students in public and private schools in Texas and Maryland and informal education in Mozambique and Jordan. These experiences inspired Dr. Clark-Goff to earn a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in ESL and multicultural education.

In 2011, Dr. Clark-Goff stepped into higher education, teaching at Tarleton State University in the College of Education and then moving to Howard Payne University as Professor and Dean of the School of Education. She is very pleased to have joined the Baylor School of Education in 2023. It is good to be home! Sic ’Em Bears!