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Superintendent Resumes

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JOELD.
BOYD
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mpboyd@)yahoo.com 844 North Orianna St'reet Phil-ade!phifl, PA 19'123 484-515-4043
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Education
Experience
2008
--
Pre,_
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Cambj'idg-e, MA
Doctor
of
Educatioll, Urban Superintendents Program) 2013
(anticipated)
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Cambl'idge, MA
Master
of
Education) Policy
&
Management, 2007
WILMINGTON
COLLEGE
Wiltningtoll}
DE
Master
of
Education,
School Leadership, 2004
UNIVERSITY
OF
DELAWARENewm'k,DE
Bachelor ofScicncc, Elementary Education,
2001
SCHOOL
DISTRICT
OF
PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia,
PA
Assistant Superintendent, Academic Division 6
Manage a portfolio
of
37 schools with a total population
of
apptoxilnately 30,000 studentso Lead
all
insttuctional and operational
functions
of
K-8 schools
in
the
city's
northeast regiono Design
and
provide differentiated supports to schools to accelerate improvement andincrease academ.ic perfol1nance
o
Establish goals and implement accountability process
for
all
principals within the academicdivision based
on
formative and sunl1native datao Assist with district-wide planning and decision-making
as
a
member
of
the Superintendent'sExecutive.
Team
Director
0.(
Middle Schools, Office
0.(
Empowerment School Support
Supervised whole school
reform
rnodel
in
11
chronically underperfol'111ing
middle
schoolso Managed and monitored the implementation
of
the district-wide Empowerment Schoohinitiative, including redesigned core instructional programs and targeted interventionprograms
in
reading
and
mathematics)
in
designated middle schools with a total population
of
approx. 5,500 studentso Provided on-site coaching to school
p1'incii)als
and instructional specialists to incteaseleadership capacity and improve teaching and learning
o
Designed and organized professional development sessions for instiuctional coaches
and
claSSrOO1l1
teachers
o
Conducted instructional
walkthroughs
to gather qualitative data
on
instructional practices andprovided follow
up
SUPPO!t
to
lll1prOVe
classroom teaching
Principal, Woodrow Wilson Middle School
Led all academic
and
operational functions
of
a
1,200-student middle school, grades 6-8
o
Credited with leading the school's
rapid
tutllaroWlci, moving the school from CorrectiveAction
to
Adequate Yearly Progress under the state's accountability guidelines
o
Increased overall student achievement
in
both
reading and mathematics and reduced theracial achievement gaps
,in
both subject areas
on
the
FA
System
of
School Assessmento Redesigned the
schoots
organizational structure, including the conversion
of
grade level
cOll11nunicies
into
college-themed academic teams, the development
of
a more inclusivesetting
fOl'
students with special needs, and the establishment
of
a school-based altemative
progtam
for at-risk sttidents
o
Developed
a
school-based, family literacy program which selved more than 300 familiesthrough everling classes and workshops
 
2007 -20082004-20062001-2004
Honors
Certifications
Boyd
2
of2
MIAMI -DADE COUNTY
l'UBUC
SCHOOLS Miami,FL
Special Assistant
to
the Superintendent
Acted as AdvIsor
and
Assistant
to
the Superintendent
of
a 350)000+
student
schooL districto Assisted with system-wide planning
and
decision-making
as
a
member
of
theSuperintendent's leadership
teafl1
o Developed a knowledge management strategy for capturing best practices ft01u school andnon-school sites to improve orgllnizationallearning. productivity, and efficiencyo Facilitated
fot111al
weekly
C0111111wlication
between the Superintendent
and
the njnc-memberelected School Board
LEHIGH
VALLEY ACADEMY
Bethlehem,
PA
Vice Principal
of
Operations, K-9
M1'maged
the daily operations
of
a two-building, 525-student charter school campuso Organized
and
facilitated a campus-wide technology audit
in
conjunction
with
a localuniversityo Designed and contracted the installation
of
a new secondary school science lab
o
Coordinated transportation services with 13 surrounding school districts
and
private bus
COh1palllCS
Middle School Vice Principal
Led
all academic
and
operational functions
of
a 100-student middle school, grades 6-8
o Developed
an
integrated, standards-based middle school curriculum aligned wid, the IE MYP
Program
o
Created
a
community outreach
progmm
that accounted
fat
more
than 400
sClvice
hours
by
studentso Evaluated staff
and dctennined
merit pay for teachers using a
perfonnance-based
assessmentfubric
SMYRNA
SCHOOL DISTRICT
Smyrna,
DE
Team Leader, Smyrna Middle Schoo!
Acted as lead te.acher for a 1S0-student 7
th
grade co-cutricular academic
team
o Organized a
team
budget
and
facilitated
parent
conferences and studcnt-accOlIunodationmeetingso Assisted the building administration
i11
school-wide planning and grade level decision-making
o
Selected to attend
the.
state's f1tst Policy
and
Practice Institute for School Leaders
Science Teacher, Smyrna Middle School
Taught 7
th
grade general science,
TAM/inclusion
science
and math
remediation
o Rated
as
an Exemplary Teacher
by
the building administration
o Collaborated with faculty
to
align the school's
curriCl..lltun
and provide instructional supportto teacherso Co-authored successful grant applications to bolster the school's science curriculum
John
T.
Stevens Fellowship (Harvard University), Raymond Heim Award (University
of
Delaware), Alpha Lambda Delta National
Honor
Society (University
of
Delaware), Cum Laudedistinction (University
of
Delaware)Superintendent
(PA),
Principal, K-12
(PA,
DE); Secondary General Science, 7-12 (DE); MiddleLevel Science,
7-9
(PA); Middle Level Language Arts and Social Studies, 5-8 (DE); ElementaryEducation, K-6 (DE, PAl;
Early
Childhood Education, K-4 (DE)
 
Joel D .lloyd
is
a
Harvard-1Tained
educator and school reformer whosecareer has spanned from the classroom
to
the principalship
to
the
centraladministration
of
some
ofthe
nation's largest school systems.
He
currentlyserves
as
an
Assistant Supmintendent with the School District
of
Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA), a system
of
more than
200
schools and150,000 students.
In
this role, he manages a portfolio of
37
schools
in
one
of
the
city's most diverse regions which include a total population
of
approximately 30,000students.Previously,
Mr.
Boyd served
as
Principal
of
Woodrow Wilson Middle School, one
of
the largestmiddle schools in Philadelphia. Under his leadership, Wilson Middle School progresseddramatically
on
several
fi-onts,
including across the board increases in student achievement andsignificant reductions in the racial achievement gaps. During his tenure,
Mr.
Boyd
was
creditedwith refocusing the school on improving teacher practice, heightening expectations for students, andincreasing the levels
of
family and community engagement. As a result, in just two years, theschool moved from corrective action
to
Adequate Yearly Progress under Pennsylvania'saccountability guidelines.Prior
to
relocating
to
Philadelphia,
Mr.
Boyd served as Special Assistant
to
the Supelintelldent
with
the Miami-Dade County Public Schools (Miami, FL), the nation's
41h
largest school district.
In
thisrole, he reported directly
to
Superintendent Rudy Crew and supported one
of
the most ambitiousreform agendas in the coulltry. Dming this period, Miami was widely viewed
as
one
of
the
mostsuccessfulmban school systems in the nation and was named
as
a fmalist for the prestigious BroadPrize for Urban Education.A native
of
Delaware,
Mr.
Boyd holds a Master's degree
in
Education Policy and Managementfrom Harvard University, a Master's degree
in
School leadership
from
Wilmington College,
and
aBachelor's degree
in
Education
from
the University
of
Delaware.
In
2006,
Mr.
Boyd
was
selected
as
one
of
just six educators nationally for a fellowship
to
complete his doctorate
at
HarvardUniversity in the top-rated Urban Superintendents Program. His
CUlTent
research
focuses
onidentifying the career factors and pathways that lead
to
success in urban school district leadership.

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