Rooms of the Mind is a wide-ranging candid view of how teachers and principals influence a child's learning at the school level. The book offers a clue why certain students perform well in school and reasons some students are unsuccessful at learning content. The author infers why there are differences between effective and ineffective classroom teachers and principals. It is intended for teachers and principals who have direct contact with school children. The book reveals the functions of the human brain and how it is connected to a child's learning process. The book provides teachers and principals with a philosophical question, "Who should be held responsible for a child's learning in the formal educational process?" Rooms of the Mind address the role played by educational policy makers at the federal, state and local level. The book navigates the reader through the intricacies of a school from the principal's office into the teacher's classroom. The book delves into the rooms of the mind of a child and how the mind of a child is connected to the successes and failures in a school setting. Rooms of the Mind: Quadrants for Success is a researched based book that takes a look at the child's external and internal mental stages of learning at the school level.