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Cleveland Municipal School District CEO Eric Gordon @ The City Club of Cleveland

 

CMSD CEO Eric Gordon will be appearing at The City Club of Cleveland on October 31st, 2012, from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm, 850 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Gordon served the Cleveland Metropolitan School District as its Chief Academic Officer from 2007-2011, when the Cleveland Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint him as Chief Executive Officer.

 

Gordon was one of the major architects of the District’s Academic Transformation Plan that garnered national recognition for its dramatic approach to top-to-bottom school reform. Under his leadership, CMSD has engaged in the development of a three-tiered academic improvement model that focuses on both traditional academic achievement strategies and also on improving the conditions for learning for students and families. With a commitment to providing high quality education for urban students, Mr. Gordon implemented a district-wide scope and sequence curriculum and implemented the CMSD’s conditions for learning “Humanware” strategy.

           

Prior to joining the leadership team at CMSD, Gordon taught in the New Orleans Public Schools and the Toledo Public Schools and has served as a high school principal in urban, rural, and suburban school districts. In 2001, he was recruited to the Columbus area to serve as founding principal for the rapidly-growing Olentangy Local School District’s second high school. While at Olentangy, Gordon was appointed to the position of Executive Director of Secondary Learning, where he was responsible for curriculum and instruction, special education services, student data and accountability, supervision of personnel, and opening of new schools for grades 6-12.

           

CEO Gordon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Mathematics Education and a Master’s of Education degree in School Administration at Bowling Green State University. He and his wife, Dawn, live in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland with their black Labrador retriever, “Buddy.” Their children, he says, are the 41,000 kids of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.

 

CEO Eric Gordon will present at The City Club of Cleveland’s Youth Forum focused on the impact of school levies for students beginning at 12:30 pm on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 at The City Club of Cleveland.

 

 

 
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