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Gary Steven Weisserman
Home addressWork address
3670 NW 87th AvenueCooper City, Florida 33024248.390.7847 cellgary.weisserman@gmail.com19000 NE 27th AvenueNorth Miami Beach, Florida 33018305.931.2831 x 101 officeweisserman@ehillel.org
Professional Experience, University and K-12
Chief Academics Officer, Scheck Hillel Community School, 2011-present, North Miami Beach, Florida.
Responsible for all educational programming within all five divisions of one of the largest Jewish Day Schools in North America, including early childhood,elementary, middle school, high school, and a division for students with au-dio-visual processing impairments. Direct report for heads of all divisions,who in turn employ nearly 200 faculty members and professional staff.Present school budget is approximately $20 million per year, with surplus of nearly $1 million leading into our new capital campaign.Position focuses specifically on programmatic innovation, evaluation and en-hancement. Developed and successfully implemented numerous curricularinitiatives, including new Capstone Program (grades 11-12) combining earlycollege experiences with project-based and travel-based education; a profes-sional portfolio and evaluation initiative for teaching faculty; several data-driven instructional programs, including the school’s initial forays into a“flipped classroom” model for instruction; an RFP program for Innovation inLearning and Teaching; a Master Teacher program; and many more. Central-ly involved in forging new community partnerships, especially with institu-tions of higher education. Responsible for curricular mapping, performing in-structional needs assessment, professional development and evaluation, andstrategic planning and development. School programs included InternationalBaccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP); Reggio Emilio-inspiredearly childhood program; intensive ESL programming; and dual languageprogramming.Partners with Head of School and Chief Operating Officer, reporting to Boardof Governors. Involved in significant development, partnership and advance-ment work.
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Head of School, Oakland Early College, 2007-2011, Oakland County,Michigan.
Founding Head of School of Oakland Early College. OEC is an Early CollegeHigh School for Oakland County students, grades 9-13, seeking to earn theirhigh school diplomas and associate degree in liberal arts, fine and perform-ing arts, and/or business and entrepreneurship. OEC students attend highschool on the campus of Oakland Community College, with dual enrollmentas a core feature of their educational experience. Students graduate withtheir high school diploma, innovative educational experiences, and their As-sociate Degree or up to 60 transferable credits towards their Bachelor’s de-gree. While Head of School, OEC students enrolled in college courses outper-formed traditional college students by a large margin, boasting a nearly 95%pass rate in college classes.Centrally responsible for school’s initiation, including recruitment, formationof key partnerships, visioning, recruitment, public relations, student life de-velopment, and curriculum development and academic scaffolding. Super-vised, evaluated, and developed full-time teaching faculty, support staff in-cluding counseling and social work, and clerical personnel. Responsible forbudget of over $1 million.Served as school liaison to the state department of education and the K-16and Early College communities. Member of several state-wide committees.Resource person for early college development and expansion in Michigan.Served as reader and RFP author for several state-level grant initiatives.
Director of Early College and K-16 Initiatives, 2006-2008, The Uni-versity of Michigan-Flint, Office of the Provost.
Co-founder, Genesee Early College High School.
 GEC opened on the University of Michigan-Flint's campus in September of 2007 as a partnership between the Genesee Intermediate School District andthe University of Michigan-Flint. Students graduating from this health profes-sions oriented, five-year Early College High School earn a high school diplo-ma as well as up to 60 transferable credits towards their undergraduate de-gree. GEC is open to any area student interested in pursuing academic orprofessional careers in the health professions, and who are capable of suc-ceeding at the University level. Special emphasis is given to preparing stu-dents for careers in the health professions, with clinical internships at healthcare facilities being a crucial component of each student’s EDP (EducationalDevelopment Plan).
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Co-authored initial programmatic sketch, grant applications, and budgetarymodels, and worked with University faculty to align the ECP with new and ex-isting University programs. Program received $400,000 initial planning grantfrom Michigan Department of Education, and will receive substantial continu-ation funding for the next three years. Also authored several supplementalgrants for enhanced programmatic offerings.Centrally involved in hiring of educational leadership and faculty, curriculumdevelopment and Michigan Merit Curriclum alignment, professional develop-ment, creation of key civic partnerships, recruitment, securing of funding, li-aising with the state department of education, program-related budgeting,formalization of articulation agreements, grant writing, media relations, cre-ation of transitional “bridge” programs, and resolution of campus facultygovernance issues. Acted as liaison to university, K-12 and general communi-ty; worked with University’s media relations office to “brand” GEC.
Primary university liaison to the area’s K-16 community.
Responsible for creation of strategic partnerships and outreach programswith Flint Community Schools. Worked with Flint Community Schools to de-sign a second possible early college program. Helped FCS develop Interna-tional Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP), presently in appli-cation status at Whittier Classical Academy.Helped institute on-campus early college experience programs, civic engage-ment activities, adolescent literacy programs, family math programs, andmore.University liaison to other Flint area schools for numerous outreach andschool improvement programs, including but not limited to professional de-velopment opportunities, “campus days” for students, dual enrollment op-portunities, co-curricular programming, and the development of a partner-ship laboratory/demonstration school. Directly involved in numerous CTE ini-tiatives on a local and regional level.Initiated articulation agreements between existing academic programs at The University of Michigan-Flint and special programs held at K-12 institu-tions, including the Genesee Area Skills Center's business and health profes-sions programs.
Education Faculty, 2002-2012, The University of Michigan-FlintSchool of Education and Human Services, Flint, Michigan
Centrally involved in developing new Masters’ Degree “global cohort” in Technology in Education. Core faculty member for program. Curriculum fo-cuses on the considered use of technology in civic and science education.Students work with NGO’s and other organizations to develop educational
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