2005 Capstone Presentations, Cohort 1
Executive Director of Learning Support Services, Marysville SD
Student Voice: Bridge to Learning
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August 10, 2005
Andrew Lewis Rogers is a life-long Seattle-area resident and educator. After sixteen years as a middle school teacher and administrator he is starting a position as the
the Executive Director of Learning Support Services in the Marysville School District. He is working to integrate special education services with the general education program.
Prior to this, Andy was the principal at College Place Middle School in the Edmonds School District in Edmonds, Washington for seven years. He began his teaching career as middle school social studies and special education teacher in the Shoreline School District in Shoreline, Washington. He was an assistant principal at Kellogg Middle School in the Shoreline School District for five years.
He has been actively involved with the Carpe Vitam Leadership for Learning Network, an international collaboration led by Cambridge University in the U.K. This network is focused on the development of democratic schools and classrooms. The network involves collaboration and exchange between schools in seven countries.
He also has worked on urban school reform as an associate with the Center for Evidence-Based Education in New Jersey. In addition, he works with the Center for Educational Leadership at the University of Washington working with schools and school districts to eliminate the achievement gap. He has been a facilitator at their summer institute for the past three years
Andy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Pacific Lutheran University. He earned Masters in School Administration from Western Washington University and a Doctor of Education from the University of Washington. In addition, he is certified in the state of Washington as a teacher, principal and superintendent.
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