John Brendza email@example.com
Twenty-eight years ago John began his career in education as a teacher for Eagle County, Colorado, Schools. Throughout his career, he has served as a principal, assistant superintendent, superintendent and now headmaster. He has extensive experience in the development and implementation of education reform initiatives involving teacher training and evaluation systems designed to improve instructional effectiveness and student achievement. Additionally, he has led systemic reform efforts to restructure education compensation systems based on performance and results.
John has presented at numerous state and national conferences dealing with education reform and school improvement. He has served as a consultant for many organizations, including Yale University’s Schools of the Twenty First Century, The University of Denver, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, the Milken Family Foundation, the El Pomar Foundation and the Youth Foundation.
John is dedicated to excellence and he rejects the traditional performance of public education, where all too often mediocrity and the status quo are the norm. His vision is sharp and centered around one key goal – “to insure that students are given the opportunity to achieve their academic potential, and the most critical part of the process is making sure that a well-trained and well-prepared teacher is in front of every student, every day.”