Education Administrator

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Donnie Sefcovic

donnie.sefcovic@gmail.com | (938) 329-3667 | Wilmington, DE

Summary


Experience


Education Administrator at University of Delaware, DEMay 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 20 education administrators in developing and implementing new curriculum for 100 schools.
  • Successfully implemented new teaching methods that resulted in improved test scores for 80% of students.
  • Trained 50 teachers on effective classroom management techniques.
  • Chaired a committee that developed a district-wide professional development plan.
  • Negotiated contracts with 3 different vendors to provide services for the school district.

Assistant Education Administrator at Delaware State University, DEJul 2018 - Apr 2022

  • Led a team of 10 educators in developing and implementing new curriculum for the district which resulted in an increase in student test scores by 5%.
  • Managed a budget of $1.2 million dollars which was used to fund educational initiatives that improved teacher retention rates by 3%.
  • Negotiated with local businesses to secure donations totaling $100,000 annually to support after-school programs.
  • Chaired the district’s Professional Development Committee which oversaw the development and implementation of over 50 workshops for teachers on topics such as effective classroom management and differentiated instruction.
  • Wrote grants that secured over $250,000 in funding for technology initiatives such as 1:1 laptop program and interactive whiteboards for classrooms.

Associate Education Administrator at Wilmington University, DEJul 2015 - Jun 2018

  • Led a team of 15 education administrators in developing and implementing new curriculum for pre-schoolers that resulted in 80% of students being reading at or above grade level by the end of the school year.
  • Successfully wrote grants totaling $250,000 which funded after-school programs benefiting 1,500 students.
  • Worked with parents and guardians to develop innovative methods for teaching English as a second language that increased parent involvement by 25%.
  • Received "Teacher of the Year" award from [name] School District two years in a row.
  • Designed and piloted successful mentorship program between high school seniors and elementary students resulting in improved test scores for 70% of participants.

Education


Master of Education in Educational Administration at University of DelawareSep 2010 - May 2015

I have learned how to manage a school, its budget, and its staff.

Skills


  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Administration
  • School Management
  • Curriculum Development
  • Instructional Design
  • Teacher Training and Development
  • Classroom Management

Dorothea Magestro

dorothea.magestro@gmail.com | (185) 233-2250 | Seattle, WA

Summary


Experience


Education Administrator at Highline Public Schools, WAMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of 10 educators in designing and implementing a new curriculum that improved student test scores by 20%.
  • Successfully wrote and secured $1 million in grants to fund after-school programs.
  • Trained teachers on the use of technology in the classroom, resulting in a decrease in tech support requests by 50%.
  • Partnered with local businesses to provide internships for high school students, increasing graduation rates by 10%.
  • Negotiated contracts with vendors that saved the district $100,000 per year.

Assistant Education Administrator at Seattle Public Schools, WAAug 2019 - Jan 2022

  • Led a team of 15 education administrators in designing and implementing new educational programs that increased student test scores by 12%.
  • Successfully advocated for additional funding from the school board, which led to an increase in the budget for educational materials by 20%.
  • Worked with teachers and parents to develop a new curriculum that was successfully piloted in 3 schools. The program is now being implemented district-wide.
  • Created and oversaw the implementation of a professional development plan for all educators within the district. As a result, teacher retention rates increased by 5%.

Associate Education Administrator at Tacoma Public Schools, WAAug 2015 - Jul 2019

  • Led a team of 4 educators in designing and implementing new curriculum for 200 students that resulted in a 10% increase in test scores.
  • Hired and trained 5 new teachers, resulting in a 15% decrease in teacher turnover.
  • Negotiated with vendors to save the school district $5,000 on supplies.
  • Wrote grants that brought in $10,000 worth of new equipment for the school district’s science classrooms.

Education


Master of Education in Educational Administration at University of Washington, WASep 2011 - May 2015

I have learned how to be an effective leader in education administration.

Skills


  • Educational Leadership
  • Educational Administration
  • Curriculum Development
  • Instructional Design
  • Teacher Training and Development
  • Classroom Management
  • Student Assessment