Jennifer Reeves, EdD, believes a quality education paves the way to a better life for all children and has committed her professional life to the continuous improvement of instruction in schools. Since joining Learning Sciences International, Dr. Reeves, has had the joy of coaching talented principals to create schools where all students can experience rigorous and challenging learning in preparation for college or career. She began her career as a middle school teacher and has served in various school-based and district-based administrative positions, including principal and director of secondary schools. She spent more than 10 years as area superintendent in a large, award-winning urban school district.
Under her leadership, schools demonstrated significant improvement in student performance as standards rose in the state of Florida. Since her retirement, Dr. Reeves has continued to work as a consultant and professional developer to support the growth of teacher and school leadership capacity. In addition to her district work, she has served as an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University and assistant professor at University of South Florida Polytechnic. She has presented at numerous conferences throughout her career and has authored and co-authored several publications, including Miss Lincoln Doesn’t Teach Here for which she received the Willam J.Davis Award from the University Council for Educational Administration.
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