Brent Maddin, Provost at the Relay Graduate School of Education, will discuss how faculty members at the brand-new Relay Graduate School of Education identified the content of their teacher training program.

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Monday, November 14, 2011
3:00pm - 5:00pm

  • Doug Lemov
    Managing Director, Uncommon Schools, Taxonomy Project
  • Brent Maddin
    Provost, Relay Graduate School of Education

About the Speakers

Doug Lemov

  • Managing Director, Uncommon Schools, Taxonomy Project

Doug Lemov is a Managing Director of Uncommon Schools, Taxonomy Project and oversees its network of upstate New York schools in Troy and Rochester.  He is also the author of Teach Like a Champion, a nationally recognized study of high performing urban teachers and their methods.  Prior to his work at Uncommon Schools, Doug was the Vice President for Accountability at the State University of New York’s Charter Schools Institute and a founder and principal of the Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter School in Boston.   He has a BA from Hamilton College, an MA from Indiana University, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Brent Maddin

  • Provost, Relay Graduate School of Education

Dr. Maddin is the Co-Founder of Catalyst Consulting, an independent, educational consulting business. In 2002, he helped found I.D.E.A. College Prep — a public charter school dedicated to getting students from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas into top colleges. A National Board-certified teacher, Dr. Maddin has also trained and mentored teachers through his work at Teach For America’s Summer Institute and through The New Teacher Project.

Dr. Maddin started his career by joining Teach For America and taught biology, chemistry, physics, and physical science in rural Louisiana. He has a B.S. in Biology from Arizona State University, a M.Ed. from Harvard University, and an Ed.D. in Education Policy, Leadership, and Instructional Practice from Harvard University