+ Direct strategic planning for Secondary and Adult Education by ByronHout


									                                        JEAN M. TURNER, E6.D.

Seeking challenging opportunities to serve in the educational community in planning, designing, and
implementing high quality instructional programs for secondary and post-secondary students to
enable them to be productive, contrib~~tingmembers of society.

                                            SIGNIFICANT SKILLS
Strategic Planning                                                   Personnel Development and Training
Financial Management of Instructional Programs                       Organizational Development
School Accreditation/Program Evaluation

                                      PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1998-Current       Educational Consultant

    School and Prograrrr Review, Staff Development, Strategic Planning
1996-1998         Director, Secondary and Adult Education
                  Alhambra School District, Alhambra, California
+   Serve on Superintendent's Cabinet
+    Direct strategic planning for Secondary and Adult Education
+    Develop and implement district-wide goals and priorities
+    Responsible for secondary instructional programs for 9,000 students, grades 9-12
+    Direct Adult Education Program sewing 20,000 students enrolled in a wide variety of courses, including
     ESL, Citizenship, High School Diploma and Vocational Education
+    Provide leadership and supervision for 5 high school principals, 3 assistant principals, and 4 adult
     education principals
+    Chairperson, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Accreditation Teams
1992-1 996      Director, Educational Services
                Alhambra School District, Alhambra, California
+    Served on Superintendent's Cabinet
+    Developed and implemented district-wide goals and prioriiies
+    Responsible for Adult Education, Vocational Education, Child Development, Secondary
     Restructuring and Reform, and Volunteer Program
+    Directed Adult Education Program serving 20,000 adults enrolled in ESL, ABE, High School
     Diploma, Parent Education, Vocational Education, Home Economics and Older Adult Programs
     Provided leadership for all Vocational Education, grades 9-adult, including Perkins, GAIN, JTPA,
     School to Work
     Supervised and evaluated Vocational Education Coordinator, Child Development Coordinator,
     Volunteer Coordinator, Alternative High School Principal, Adult Education Principals (4)
     Coordinated activities and services that link business community with schools (workplace literacy,
     industry Education Council)
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1981-1992    Administrator, Practical Arts and Vocational Education
             Alhambra School District, Alhambra, California
$ Directed district-wide Vocational Education and Career EducationJGuidance Programs, including
  curriculum development and staff inservice, program planning, implementation and evaluation.
4 Provided leadership and support for secondary school restructuring efforts
4 Managed multiple budgets
$ Supervised and evaluated certificated and classified staff .-

4 Wrote and administered VEAlPerkins programs, JTPA youth projects and other competitive grants
+   Supervised Regional Occupational Programs for Alhambra School District and served on Regional
    Occupational Program Steering Committee for Los Angeles County Schools
+   Coordinated activities and events designed to link business community with schools (Industry
    Education Council, local advisory committees, local chambers of commerce)
+   Developed and supervised Administrative Intern Training Program, K-12, for Alhambra School
+   Implemented infusion of technology administratively and within the vocational instructional program
+   Member, Western Association 07 Schools and Colleges (WASC) Accreditation Teams

1973-1980     Coordinator, Secondary Compensatory Education Programs
              Alhambra School District, Alhambra, California
+   Administered compensatory education programs for secondary schools (ESEA Title I, SB 90, EIA-
    LEP, ESEA Title II, ESEA Title Ill)
+   Served as an assistant to the principal of Mark Keppel High School in areas of curriculum,
    community relations, staff supervision and evaluation and class scheduling

1968-1973     Director, Saturation Reading Program, Carl Hayden High School
              Phoenix Union High School District, Phoenix, Arizona
+   Served as site administrator for ESEA Title I Reading Program, Grades 9-12
+   Served as a Teacher-Trainer site supervisor for Arizona State University

1961-1968      Secondary Teaching Experience in Remedial Reading, English, Adult Basic Education
               Corvallis, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona
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                                  RELATED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    President, California Association of Vocational Administrators
    Member, Committee for California State Plan for Vocational Education
    Member, Advisory Committee for State Vocational Education Director
    Member, California State Department of Education Local Program Funding Task Force
    President, Alhambra Management Association
    Member, California Action Team for Vocational Education
    President, Industry Education Council of San Gabriel Valley
    Member, Advisory Committee, Los Angeles County Schools, Division of Vocational and Career
    Chairperson, Training Programs Committee, West San Gabriel Valley Consortium

                                      EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION
$   University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon -- B.S. (English-Secondary Education)
$   Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona -- M.A. (Reading)
O   Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, California -- Ed.D. (Administration)
          References for Jean M Turner

Chairman, Lincoln County School District Board of Directors

Administrator, Eddyville Charter School
Instructor, Portland State University (part-time)

Leadership Development Specialist
Oregon School Boards Association

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