Penn GSE | Mid-Career

 

News from MCDPEL

Several Mid-Career students will present at the upcoming annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), March 7-9 in Atlanta, GA. The theme of this year’s conference is The Leadership Journey: Guides, Pathways, and Possibilities. 

Khalid Mumim, Superintendent of Reading School District (Reading, PA) and Carol Kelley, Superintendent of Oak Park Elementary District 97 (Oak Park, IL), both presented at the AASA’s National Conference on Education, held February 15-17 in Nashville. The theme of this year’s conference was Education in the Digital Age.  

By unanimous vote Omaha Public Schools’ Board of Education selected Dr. Cheryl Logan to lead the district.

Bridget Bujak, a third year Mid-Career doctoral student and principal at LINC High School in Philadelphia, is featured in the December 12 issue of the Notebook in an article entitled "Making a Comeback." 

Several Mid-Career alumni presented at the 2017 University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Annual Convention, held November 15-19 in Denver, Colorado.

Congratulations to Mid-Career alums Caryn Cooper, Theo Cramer, Brenda Champion, and Kimberly Field-Marvin on their recent appointments to leadership positions. 

Recent graduate Dr. Tony Alleyne has been honored by the Delaware Business Times. The “40 Under 40“ list recognizes “the region’s best and brightest young professionals…who are making a difference with their intelligence, initiative, and innovations.”                      

Principal Ann DeRosa is proud of her students and staff at Whitehouse School in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey. Whitehouse School has officially been designated as a National School of Character by the nonprofit organization Character.org.

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