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                                   MARY E. YAKIMOWSKI

ACADEMIC RECORD
  Ph.D.         University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut; 1986
                Educational Psychology with emphasis in Evaluation and Measurement,
                School Psychology and Special Education; Related area of Social Psychology
  6th Year      Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut; 1988
                Administration and Supervision
  6th Year      University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut; 1985
                Educational Psychology/School Psychology
  MA            University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut; 1984
                Educational Psychology/School Psychology
  B.S.          Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts; 1981
                Behavioral Sciences and History; Minor in Secondary Education


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  Director of Assessments/Associate Professor in Residence for Educational Psychology. 8/06 to
  present. University of Connecticut Neag School of Education
         Oversee the implementation of an assessment system for all accreditation activities with the
  Neag School of Education; teach two assessment courses annually for all students in the teacher
  preparation programs; provide support to the Teachers for New Era; provide support to technology
  initiates with respect to accreditation processes; and serve as a member of various committees
  including Teacher Education Program Committee and the Teacher Education Policy Board.

  Director of Assessments. 8/4 to 8/05. Council of Chief State School Officials, Washington, D.C.
       Direct set of 11 State Collaborative on Assessment and Student Standards projects, provide
  leadership in developing National Assessment of Educational Progress Science 2009 framework
  and test specifications, facilitate activities for the Association of State Assessment Programs, and
  interact with national/state policy makers and other stakeholders on assessment issues.

  Adjunct Professor. 9/96 to 7/05. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
      Teach qualitative and quantitative research doctoral courses in Educational
  Leadership/Policy Studies Department. Assist with doctoral dissertation committees.

  Chief of Educational Accountability. 7/01 to 8/04. Baltimore City (MD) Public Schools.
  (Student enrollment of 94,000)
       In associate superintendent-type capacity, responsible for directing student testing, computer
  adaptive, and alternative assessment programs and reporting results in various venues such as
  press conferences with mayor and state superintendent and meetings with educational leaders;
  conducting program evaluations; implementing institutional research and statistical studies; and
  facilitating accountability/strategic planning functions. Reporting directly to Chief Executive
  Officer, supported reform efforts of the Board of School Commissioners including implementing
  No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 legislation, examining performance of schools with unique
  management operations, and assisting with high school reform. Leadership role evidenced on


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Operations and Grants Oversight Committees, Charter School/New Schools Initiative Advisory
Board, Business Cabinet, SchoolStat Committee, and Blue Ribbon Master Plan/Budget
Committee. Special relationships forged with Johns Hopkins and Morgan State Universities with
innovative urban principal intern program. On a regular basis provided grant writing assistance
including $51M for Title I and applications to other funders including national (e.g., Bill and
Melinda Gates) and local (e.g., Abell) foundations. Activities conducted with nationally-
recognized research organizations such as Westat, AIR and Abt and many universities.

Director of Assessment and Instructional Support. 1/98 to 7/01. Hampton (VA) City Schools.
(Student enrollment of 24,500)
     Reporting directly to Superintendent Dr. Billy K. Cannaday, developed structure and
facilitated improvement plans for all schools. Served as primary contact for Virginia’s Standards
of Learning especially assessment and school accountability components. Oversaw Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools Accreditation process. Supported year round education,
instructional research, and program evaluation efforts. Conceptualized intranet-based on-line
classroom instructional assessment system. Provided reports to Board of Education. Participated
on Strategic Planning, Benchmarking, Calendar Committees and Superintendent’s senior team.

Director of Research and Student Services. 7/96 to 1/98. Portsmouth (VA) City Schools.
(Student enrollment of 17,000)
     Directed programs and services for infants through high school in areas of school
improvement, student assessment, instructional research, program/curriculum evaluations,
records management, zone change appeals; pupil personnel services of social work, psychology,
Section 504, occupational/physical therapy, speech/language therapy, home instruction, religious
exemptions, homebound education and medical services; special education including early
intervention; and, youth risk prevention, crisis management, and juvenile dispositions.

Research/Evaluation and Compensatory Education Specialist. 12/87 to 7/96. Meriden (CT)
Public Schools. (Student enrollment of 8,000).
     Reporting to superintendent, facilitated PreK-12 testing, research, program evaluations,
summer school, compensatory education services, and Strategic School Profiles. Provided
oversight for school improvement, restructuring of Title I programs, initiation of Program START
for all kindergarten-age city residents, and emergency principalship of Head Start Program.
Participated on district committees of Preschool Selection, Integrated Language Arts, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies, Best and Cooperating Teacher Selection, Educational Technology, Report
Card, Associate Superintendent Search, and Professional Evaluation. Involved with preschool to
high school levels, including inter-district magnet school planning, family resource center,
bilingual and migratory education, “Children First” initiative, national community service
AmeriCorps program, and strategic planning.

Adjunct Instructor. 7/94 to 6/96. Department of Educational Leadership, Central Connecticut
State University.
    Taught student, personnel, and program evaluation and educational research courses in a
specially developed program with a school system.




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  Adjunct Professor/Adjunct Instructor/Teaching Assistant. 9/82 to 7/96. Educational Psychology,
  Leadership and Music Departments, University of Connecticut.
         Taught graduate courses in research design; descriptive, inferential, and multivariate
  statistics; SPSS; and tests and measurement. Focus of instruction was putting concepts into
  “English.” Also assisted with undergraduate educational psychology course in teacher preparation
  program and provided instruction and drill design for marching band and color guard.

  Research Associate. 12/85 to 12/87. Office of Research and Development, Stamford (CT) Public
  Schools.
     Responsibilities in the areas of grants, research/evaluation, and computer applications.
  Coordinated district-wide testing programs. Conducted bilingual, new arrival center, compensatory
  education and other program evaluations.

  Research and Graduate Assistantships. 9/81 to 12/84. Bureau of Educational Research and
  Services, University of Connecticut.
        Assisted faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students with statistics, research design, and
  survey development.

  School Psychology and Special Education Supervisor. 6/83 to 8/83; 6/84 to 8/84. Special
  Education Department, University of Connecticut.
         Supervised 6th Year school psychology and masters' level special education students during
  summer program. Prepared and presented workshops on working with families of the handicapped,
  test administration, and interpretation student data. Student participants in this non-categorical
  program ranged from mildly learning disabled to severe, multiple handicapped.

  School Psychologist/School Psychology Practicum. 9/83 to 6/85. Coventry (CT) Public Schools.
        Responsibilities (K-12) included test interpretations to school staff, parents, and students;
  out-placement monitoring; and testing and computer applications committee memberships.

  Associate Testing Supervisor and Proctor. 9/81 to 12/84. Bureau of Educational Research and
  Services, University of Connecticut.
        Served as site administrator and proctor for assessments including Graduate Records Exams,
  SAT, and many other standardized assessments.



CONSULTANCIES         (Illustrative examples)

  Private Statistical Analyst and Consultant. 1982 to 2006. Assist school districts, professionals
  and attorneys in quantitative and qualitative data designs, analyses and interpretations.

  Dissertation Committee Memberships. 1996 to 2006. Serve as co-chair or advisor on more than
  25 dissertation committees for students from institutions such as William and Mary, Virginia
  Polytechnic Institute and State University, and the Universities of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and
  Maryland.

  Reviewer. 2000-2004. United States Department of Education. Served on expert panels and
  prepared evaluation reports of States’ submission of evidence for Title I Final Assessment
  System, Title I Adequate Yearly Progress, Ed Flex, and alternative assessments.


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  Academic and Research Consulting Services. 2000-2002. Virginia Department of Education.
  Conducted observations and interviews, prepared written summaries, and shared findings during
  exit conferences with principals and superintendents of academic reviews of schools accredited
  with warning by Virginia State Board of Education.

  Data Analyst. 1984. Department of Residential Life, University of Connecticut. Developed and
  analyzed comprehensive campus housing survey.

  Program Manager. 7/84 to 11/86. Office of Research/Evaluation and the Bureau of Pupil
  Personnel Services/Special Education, Connecticut Department of Education. Managed two-year,
  federally-funded statewide study examining identification and out-placement rates of emotionally
  handicapped students. Assisted with state’s bilingual and remedial education evaluations; Five-
  Year State Comprehensive Plan for Education; and Mastery, Proficiency, and CONNCEPT
  Testing Programs.

  Statistical Consultant. 6/83 to 9/84. Institute of Public Service, University of Connecticut.
  Responsible for validation and bias studies of lieutenants' and sergeants' assessment centers.


SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AND TAPINGS
  The NAEP and state testing – What’s the connection? (2005, June). Panel presentation with S.
       Shakrani, T. Siskind, and S. Dunbar at the 35th Annual Conference on Large-Scale
       Assessment. San Antonio, TX.

  Creating a vision – building the new NAEP science frameworks and specifications. (2005, June).
       Panel presentation with S. Schneoder, A. Halbrook, and M. Cruvo at the 35th Annual
       Conference on Large-Scale Assessment. San Antonio, TX.

  Are you ready for formative classroom assessments aligned with state standards … online?
       (2005, June). Invitational conference organized for the Council of Chief State School
       Officers with AEL, Inc. San Antonio, TX.

  If only I knew then what I know now: The role of assessment director. (2005, June). Panel
        presentation session with L. Frabrizio, W. Bruce, and E. Roeber for new members at the
        Annual Meeting of the Association of State Assessment Programs. Antonio, TX.

  An update on outreach efforts of the NAEP Science 2009 project. (2005, May). Invited
       presentation to the National Assessment Governing Board. Austin, TX.

  Entering communities of program evaluation practice. (2005, April). Invited panelist at the 2005
       Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association Division H Graduate
       Students Committee. Montreal, Canada.

  Developing quality reports and sharing highlighted findings. (2005, April). An invitational
       symposium session at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research
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A fireside chat for graduate students beginning careers in research, assessment, and evaluation.
      (2004, April). Invited panelist at the 2004 American Educational Research Association
      Division H Graduate Students Committee. San Diego, CA.

Roll up your sleeves to understand adequate yearly progress requirements of No Child Left
      Behind. (2003, August-November). Invited speaker for multiple sessions including those
      designed for Board commissioners, central office administrators, principals, assistant
      principals, academic coaches, school staff, professional developers, and community
      members totaling approximately 4,000 individuals. Baltimore, MD.

Redesigning schools to raise student achievement: It’s union work. (2003, November). Invited
     presentation with M. English at Education Trust’s 2003 National Conference. Washington,
     D.C.

Understanding the new federal school accountability requirements of No Child Left Behind.
    (2003, August). Invited speaker with B. Copeland to elected city and state officials.
    Baltimore, MD.

Understanding the ABC’s of No Child Left behind’s AYP and its AMOs. (2003, August). Invited
    speaker at Interim Chief Executive Officer’s Academy for 400+ administrators. Baltimore,
    MD.

Finding, growing, and keeping technical personnel. (2003, March). Invited speaker with F.
     Stevens and K. Blasik at Secretary of Education’s empowering accountability and
     assessment using technology No Child Left Behind summit. St. Louis, Missouri.

Software to facilitate teacher data use and NCLB reporting. (2003, Missouri). Invited speaker
     with J. Wayman at Secretary of Education’s empowering accountability and assessment
     using technology No Child Left Behind summit. St. Louis, Missouri.

Redesigning schools to raise student achievement and other outcomes. (2003, July). Invited
     presentation with M. English at American Federation of Teachers’ Annual QUEST
     Conference. Washington, D.C.

The role of accountability. (2003, May). Invited keynote speaker at Second Annual Leadership
     Institute for principals and other administrators in Area I. Baltimore City, MD.

A fireside chat for educational researchers seeking challenging jobs in school systems. (April,
      2003). Invited panelist at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research
      Association Division H Graduate Students Committee. Chicago, IL.

Large district strategies for success: Working with SEAs to implement the assessment provisions of
     No Child Left Behind. (2003, June). Symposium presentation at the 33rd Annual Conference
     on Large Scale Assessment. San Antonio, TX.

Baltimore rising: Processes and effects after the first five years of state-mandated reform. (2003,
      April). Symposium presentation with S. Stringfield, F. Connolly, S. Vaughn, M. MacIver &
      C. Wilson at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
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“Scaling up” data use in classrooms, schools and districts. (2003, Boston). Invited presenter and
     taping with S. Stringfield and J. Wayman at Harvard University’s invitational conference,
     Scaling Up Success: Lessons Learned from Technology. Boston, MA.

Assessment opportunities and challenges at the school-system level. (2003, January). Invited
     presentation for the National Academy of Engineering’s Committee of the National
     Research Council on Assessing Technological Literacy. Washington, D.C.

Reporting for No Child Left Behind: What’s the impact on education? (2002, July). Invited
     keynote speaker with G. T. Houlihan at the Summer Forum on Education Statistics
     sponsored by the NCES. Washington, D.C.
Master Plan implementation to guide reform. (2002, August). Invited speaker at Chief Executive
     Officer’s Administrative Academy for 400+ administrators. Baltimore, MD.

Designing an effective financial literacy assessment: Principles to consider. (2002, July). Invited
     presentation for JumpStart national advisory board. Washington, D.C.

Creating a culture of continuous improvement. (2002, June). Invited presentation at the Inaugural
     Conference of the University of Maryland’s Institute for Minority Achievement and Urban
     Education. College Park, MD.

Accountability and reporting requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. (2001,
     April). Invited presentation with S. Rigney and C. Kugle at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the
     American Educational Research Association Special Interest School Indicators’ Annual
     Business Meeting. New Orleans, LO.

What will be the effects on assessment and accountability in local school districts of the No Child
     Left Behind Legislation? (2002, April). Invited panelist and audio taping at the 2002
     Annual Meeting of the National Association of Test Directors/National Council on
     Measurement in Education. New Orleans, LO.

Navigating the course of reform. (2001, August). Invited speaker at Chief Executive Officer’s
     Academy for 400+ administrators and policy leaders. Baltimore, MD.

From the printing press to the World Wide Web: Implications for knowledge acquisition and
    assessment. (2001, April). Invited symposium presentation and audio taping at the 2001
    Annual Meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education Graduate Student
    Issues Committee. Seattle, WA.

How influential should the National Council on Measurement in Education try to be in
     promoting the improvement of classroom assessment practices? (2001, April). Invited
     panelist with G. Cizek, C. Schmeiser, M. Kolen, B. Plake and S. Friedman at the 2001
     Annual Meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education. Seattle, WA.

Revisiting the issue of cheating in an age of high stakes accountability: Test security in an age of
      high stakes accountability. (2001, April). Symposium organizer/facilitator at the 2001
      Annual Meeting of the National Association of Test Directors/National Council on
      Measurement in Education. Seattle, WA.




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The school community today: The impact of standards and accountability. (2001, March). Invited
     presentation for the Retired Members of the National Aeronautics and Space
     Administration. Hampton, VA.

Attracting and keeping the best educators within our urban schools. (2001, March). Invited
      presentation for the Wythe Exchange Club. Hampton, VA.

Speaking of education: Understanding the Standards of Learning assessments. (2000,
     November). Invited presenter as local school district test director for PBS television special
     produced by the Virginia Department of Education.

Implementing research-based professional development to enhance assessment literacy. (2000,
     November). Invited pre-conference presentation for the Virginia Association of Test
     Directors. Richmond, VA.

Standards of Learning: Pitfalls or promise? (2000, May). Invited panelist at the Annual Meeting
     of the Virginia Educational Research Association. Hampton, VA.

Year round education. (2000, February). Invited presentation with P. Johnson for Virginia’s
      Region II Superintendents. Williamsburg, VA.

An overview of Virginia’s Standards of Learning science assessments. (2000, January). Invited
     presentation for the Retired Members of NASA. Hampton, VA.

The impact of Virginia’s Standards of Accreditation and Standards of Learning assessment
     programs. (200, January). Invited superintendents’ panel presentation for the Virginia
     Peninsula’s Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program. Hampton, VA.

Virginia’s expectations for students and schools. (2000, January). Invited presentation for
      Colonel Terrence J. Young’s Leadership Care on Target Team for Langley Air Force Base.
      Hampton, VA.

Multiple perspectives on classroom assessment. (2000, April). Symposium presentation with J.
     McMillan, M. Schaffner, M. Gearhardt, J. Beaudry, M. Banerji, M. Corace, and G. Cizek at
     the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans,
     LO.

Outcomes of various models of school reform. (2000, April). Symposium with L. Baldwin, A.
     Cromey, R. Herman, Z. Barley, & R. Kopacsi at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the American
     Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LO.

Professional development to accomplish the improved performance of all students: A research-
     based teaming model. (2000, April). Paper presentation with D. Dancy at the Annual Meeting
     of the International Reading Association. Indianapolis, IN. April, 2000.

Presenting Standards of Learning test results: It takes the whole village. (1999, December).
     Invited pre-conference workshop presentation at Annual Meeting of the Virginia
     Association of Test Directors. Richmond, VA.

The impact of Virginia’s Standards of Accreditation and Standards of Learning assessment
     programs. (1999, October). Invited presentation for the Rotary Gridiron. Hampton, VA.


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Virginia’s Standards of Quality, Standards of Accreditation, and Standards of Learning: What do
      these really mean for our students? (1999, September). An invited discussion and dialogue
      with the Editorial Board of the Daily Press newspaper. Hampton, VA.

The relationships that promote success: A dialogue on the mastery of the Standards of Learning.
     (1999, March). Invited panelist for televised Diversity and Race Relations in Today’s
     Public Schools Forum. Newport News, VA.

The Montessori program in the urban public school setting: Can it work? (1998, April). Paper
     presentation with B. Williams at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Educational
     Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Program evaluation: Designs, results and viewpoints. (1998, April). Organizer and symposium
     presentation with M. Ward, A. Sangeorge, C. Atkinson, F. Shaffer, M. Shepard, M. Chester,
     and T. Gravois at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research
     Association. San Diego, CA. April, 1998.

Revisiting school effectiveness research in an age of accountability. (1997, February, 1997).
      Invited keynote presentation for the Portsmouth Association of School Administrators.
      Portsmouth, VA.

Taking the “Guestimation” out of enrollment projections. (1997, November). Paper presentation at
     Annual Meeting of the Virginia Educational Research Association. Richmond, VA.

The impact of test-taking strategies and instructional practice exercises with performance
     assessment writing tasks on student writing achievement. (1996, February). Paper
     presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Educational Research Association).
     Portsmouth, NH.

A community-wide effort to determine the needs of young children and their families: The process,
     methodology and results of a comprehensive needs assessment. (1996, February).
     Symposium presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Educational Research
     Association. Portsmouth, NH.

The impact of state and federal student assessment legislation on curriculum, instruction and
     student learning: The perspective from California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Illinois
     school districts. (1996, April). Symposium organizer and presenter with C. Perlman, K.
     Matter, and M. Knolls at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research
     Association. New York, NY.

Making assessment authentic: Exploring the world of performance assessment to enhance
     student learning. (1996, April). Invited workshop for all high school teachers. Bristol, CT.

Bridging the gap between classroom and state assessments: The development of integrated
     language arts instructional assessment packets. (1995, October). Paper presentation with S.
     Goodyear at the Connecticut Reading Conference. Waterbury, CT.

Performance assessment trends across Connecticut: An examination of perceptions regarding
     impact, methods employed, and resources needed. (1995, September). Paper presentation at
     the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Educational Research Organization. Portsmouth, NH.



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Research applications of the NCES School District Data Book: Lessons learned from three LEAs
     across the nation. (1995, April). Interactive symposium presentation with D. Krouger and S.
     Henry at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San
     Francisco, CA.

The application of technology in facilitating the analysis and presentation of district and school
     test results. (1995, April). Invited presentation to Project LEARN. New London, CT.

Presenting test results: Sharing the district perspective. (1994, September). Invited focus group
     workshop for the Connecticut Testing Network. Hamden, CT.

Performance assessment trends across California, Colorado, Connecticut, and Illinois: Do
     differences exist? (1994, April). Symposium presentation with C. Perlman, M. Knolls, and K.
     Matter at the 1994 at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
     New Orleans, LO.

Linking classroom with statewide assessment to enhance student language arts achievement.
      (1994, March). Workshop presented at ACES. Hamden, CT.

Preparing students for the second generation of the Connecticut Mastery Test. (1993, Septem-ber).
     Focus group presentation for the Connecticut Testing Network. Meriden, CT.

Academic self-efficiency in elementary students. (1989, September). Paper presentation with S.
     Owen and R. Froman at the Annual Meeting of the Northeast Educational Research
     Organization. Portsmouth, NH.

Investigating the use of computer-assisted instruction: What variables contribute to success?
      (1988, October). Symposium presentation with S. Brown, L. Welsh, F. Archambault, and C.
      Kevil at the Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Association.
      Ellenville, NY.

Factor analyzing the WISC-R for the gifted: They are different. (1988, October). Paper presentation
     with S. Brown at the Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Association.
     Ellenville, NY.

Multiple group confirmatory factor analyses of the WISC-R. (1988, April). Poster presentation with
     S. Brown at the 1988 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
     New Orleans, LO.

Monitoring student progress. (1988, March). Workshop presentation at the School Effectiveness
     Conference for the Connecticut State Department of Education. Meriden, CT.

Evaluating critical thinking skills programs. (1987, October). Invited presentation at the New
     England Thinking Skills Conference for the Connecticut State Department of Education
     and the University of Connecticut. Storrs, CT.

Gifted intelligence scores on the WISC-R: What's different about them? (1988, April). Paper
      presentation at 1987 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
      Chicago, IL.




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  Methodological issues in quantitative and qualitative instrument development in special
       education. (1986, October). Invited presentation with P. Behuniak at the Second
       Invitational Forum for Special Education Studies. Washington, D.C.

  Update on the project assessing the impact and effectiveness of critical Virgininiariables
      affecting the placement of emotionally maladjusted students. (1986, October). Invited
      presentation delivered at the Connecticut Special Education Administrators Conference.
      New Haven, CT.

  The measurement of attitudes toward the emotionally disturbed: Do differences exist among staff?
       (1986, September). Paper presentation with F. R. Olenchak at the Annual Meeting of the
       Northeast Educational Research Organization. Portsmouth, NH.

  Developing an instrument to assess attitudes toward emotionally disturbed students. (1986, May).
       Paper presentation with F.R. Olenchak at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Educational
       Research Association. Miami Beach, FL.

  The causal links of sex, age and achievement to academic self-efficacy. (1986, May). Paper
       presentation with S. Owen at at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Educational Research
       Association. Miami Beach, FL.

  Stretching the boundaries of self-efficacy research. (1986, April). Symposium presentation with
        S. Owen at the 1986 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
        San Francisco, CA.

  How accurate are students' perceptions of academic self-efficacy? (1985, October). Paper
      presentation with S. Owen at the Annual Meeting of the New England Educational
      Research Association. Kerhonkson, NY.

  The development of componential processing in early and skilled readers. (1985, August). Paper
       presentation with S. Brown and H. Kahn at the Annual Meeting of the American
       Psychological Association. Los Angeles, CA.

  Gifted intelligence scores on the WISC-R: What's different about them? (1985, April). Paper
        presentation with S. Brown at the 1985 Annual Meeting of the American Educational
        Research Association. Chicago, IL.

  A reanalysis of the WISC-R factorial structure of gifted children. (1984, October, 1984). Paper
       presentation with S. Brown and M. Rood at the Annual Meeting of the New England
       Educational Research Association. Ellenville, NY.


SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
  Yakimowski, M. (in press). Annual report from Division H. Educational Researcher.

  National Academy of Engineers. (2006). Book chapters in Tech tally: Approaches to assessing
       technological literacy. National Research Council: Washington, D.C.




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Stringfield, S. & Yakimowski, M. (2005). The promise, progress, problems, and political
      paradoxes of three phases of accountability: A longitudinal case study of one large, urban
      school system. American Educational Research Journal, 42 (1), 43-76.

Yakimowski, M. et al. (2005). Code of fair testing practices in education-revised. Educational
     Measurement: Issues and Practice, 24 (1), 1-7.

Stringfield, S., Wayman, J.C., & Yakimowski, M. (2005). Scaling up data use in classrooms,
      schools, and districts. In Dede, C., Honan, J.P., & Peters, L.C. (Eds.), Scaling up success:
      Lessons learned from technology-based educational innovation. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Yakimowski, M., Moulding, B., & Fu, A. (2005). Science framework for the 2009 National
     Assessment of Educational progress: A summary of national feedback provided on
     preliminary drafts gathered from surveys and regional and national feedback meetings.
     Washington, DC: Council of Chief State School Officers.

Yakimowski, M. (November, 2005). Annual report from Division H. Educational Researcher, 24
     (8), 41.

Wayman, J.C., Stringfield, S., & Yakimowski, M. (2004). Software enabling school improvement
    through analysis of student data. (CRESPAR Technical Report No. 67.) Baltimore, MD:
    Johns Hopkins University.

Yakimowski, M. (November, 2004). Annual report from Division H. Educational Researcher, 23
     (8), 51-52.

Campbell, P.F., Bowden, A.R., Kramer, S.L., & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Mathematics and
    reasoning skills: A final report. College Park, MD: University of Maryland.

Yakimowski, M., Clark-Adedoyin, K., & Connolly, F. (2003). An evaluation of Baltimore City’s
     grade 9 transition program. ERS Spectrum Journal of Research and Information, 21 (4), 10-
     23.

Yakimowski, M.E., Russo, C.V., & Clark-Adedoyin, K. (2003). The Baraka School: An african
     immersion program for middle-school boys. ERS Spectrum Journal of Research and
     Information’s 20th Anniversary Issue, 21 (2), 22-26.

Yakimowski, M. (2002). Getting ready for No Child Left Behind: The perspective of a school
     district already undertaking reform. In O’Reilly (Ed.), What Will be the Effects on Assessment
     and Accountability in Local School Districts? National Association of Test Directors.

Yakimowski, M. et al. (2002). Integrating financial education into school curricula. A white paper
     prepared for President Bush as an invited panelist. United States’ Departments of the
     Treasury and Education: Washington, D.C.

Connolly, F., Yakimowski, M., & Russo, C.V. (2002). An examination of k-5 versus k-8 grade
    configurations. ERS Spectrum Journal of Research and Information, 20 (2), 28-37.

Hibbard, K.M. & Yakimowski, M. (1997). Assessment in Connecticut: A partnership between
     state-level assessment and classroom practices. An invited monograph for the CASCD.



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       Forward by State Superintendent Dr. Theodore Sergi indicating, “In my view, this book
       should be required reading for all professional educators and school leaders as we strive to
       improve our schools and our students’ educational experiences …Throughout this book, the
       authors underscore a belief I share … students can show us great work …”

  Yakimowski, M., Henry, S. & Krouger, D. (1995). Research applications of the NCES School
       District Data Book: Lessons learned from three LEAs across the nation. ERIC
       Documentation No. ED TM024644.

  Brown, S., Hwang, M., Baron, M. & Yakimowski, M. (1991). Factor analysis of responses to the
      WISC-R for gifted children. Psychological Reports, 69, 99-107.

  Brown, S. & Yakimowski, M. (1987). Intelligence scores of gifted students on the WISC-R.
      Gifted Child Quarterly, 31 (3), 130-134.

  Brown, S., & Yakimowski. M. (1985). A reanalysis of the WISC-R factorial structure of gifted
      children. ERIC Documentation No. ED254555 TM850167.



PUBLISHED REPORTS
  The following reports were prepared for the Baltimore City Public Schools’ Chief Executive
  Officer and Board of School Commissioners. Of special note is that two years prior to my
  appointment, the department produced only four reports (per independent evaluation conducted
  by Westat).

       Addison, K. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An evaluation of the Direct Instruction program.
       Addison, K. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). The new schools initiative: The second annual
            progress report.
       Addison, K. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An evaluation of summer school 2003: Phase I.
       Baltimore City Public School System. (2001). Feedback from the Baltimore City Public
             School System on Westat’s first draft of the report on the final evaluation of the City-
             State Partnership.
       Baltimore City Public School System. (2001). Feedback from the Baltimore City Public
             School System on Westat’s final draft of the evaluation of the City-State Partnership.
       Blackwell, M., Addison, K., Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2003). An evaluation of
            summer school 2002: Phase II.
       Blackwell, M., Bulgakov, D., Addison, K. & Yakimowski, M. (2004). A progress report on
            Title I: 2002-03 versus 2001-02.
       Blackwell, M., Addison, K., Clark-Adedoyin, K., Bulgakov, D. & Yakimowski, M. (2004). A
            progress report on Title I supplemental services provided in 2002-03.
       Bulgakov, D. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An evaluation of the English as a Second Language
            program.



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Bulgakov, D. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Victory Schools, Inc. at Westport Academy: A
     progress report.
Campbell, P., Bulgakov, D., Kramer, S. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An evaluation of the
    mathematics application and reasoning skills initiative (MARS).
Chlebnikow, B. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Student attendance patterns.
Clark-Adedoyin, K. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An evaluation of Sylvan’s teaching and
     technology program.
Connolly, F. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An analysis of high school classroom observations.
Connolly, F. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). The CEO’s district: A progress report.
Connolly, F., Blackwell, M. & Yakimowski, M. (2004). An evaluation of the grade 9
    transition program.
Cunningham, J., Chlebnikow, B. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Multiple retentions in Baltimore
     City Schools.
Dagg, J.A., Clark-Adedoyin, K., Chlebnikow, B.G. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). An
     exploratory analysis of student and staff perceptions of school climate.
Diibor, I., Vaughn III, E.S. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Follow-up survey results from the
     graduating class of 2001.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003). Adequate yearly
      progress: Preliminary information and preliminary results.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2002). An evaluation of
      the Wolf Trap early childhood literacy pages project.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003; 2002). Fast facts
      about the Baltimore City Public School System.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003; 2002).
      Implementation status of Master Plan II. (Quarterly series).
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2001). Implementation
      status of Master Plan I for 2000-01: The fourth quarter and year-end report.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003). Series of parents’
      info briefs on No Child Left Behind.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003). The application
      process to submit requests to conduct external research studies.
Division of Research, Evaluation, Assessment, and Accountability. (2003). Visual profile of
      student performance outcomes.
Elmoghazy, E., Vaughn III, E.S. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Survey results from the
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Elmoghazy, E. & Yakimowski, M. (2004; 2003; 2002). School Profiles: Online information
    on each of Baltimore City’s schools.
Gresham, J. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Student performance on the Alternate Maryland
     Student Assessment program.
McCrary, J. & Yakimowski, M. (2004). The relationship between student test performance
    and classroom grades.
McCrary, J. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). From where do students enroll?
Vaughn III, E.S. & Yakimowski, M. (2002). Factors impacting staff employment decisions:
    Survey results of current and former teachers, administrators, and additional staff.
Williams, B. & Yakimowski, M. (2004). Student performance on the High School
      Assessment: 2001-02 versus 2002-03.
Wilson, C. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). SAT performance of the graduating class of 2003.
Wilson, R., Pilibosian, E., Vaughn III, E.S. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Results from the
     career connections student survey.
Wilson, R., Vaughn III, E.S. & Yakimowski, M. (2003). Principals’ satisfaction with
     services provided by the Facilities Department.
Yakimowski, M., Addison, K. & Connolly, F. (2002). An evaluation of summer school 2002:
     Phase I.
Yakimowski, M., Blackwell, M. & Connolly, F. (2002). An evaluation of summer school
     2001: Phase III.
Yakimowski, M., Blackwell, M. & Sunderman, G. (2002). An evaluation of the Stadium
     School.
Yakimowski, M., Blackwell, M. & Sunderman, G. (2002). An evaluation of the Title VI class
     size reduction program.
Yakimowski, M., Briggs, V. & Pilibosian, E. (2002). The high school end-of-course
     Curriculum Assessment Program: Item analysis and teacher feedback survey results.
Yakimowski, M. & Clark-Adedoyin, K. (2002). An evaluation of the Baraka School.
Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2003). An examination of K-5 versus K-8 grade
     configurations.
Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2003). A preliminary evaluation of the CEO’s district
     initiative.
Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2002). An evaluation of the grade 9 transition program.
Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2003). The CEO’s District: A progress report.
Yakimowski, M. & Connolly, F. (2002). Principals’ knowledge of goals and objectives in
     Master Plan I.



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      Yakimowski, M., Connolly, F. & Williams, B. (2002). Student performance on the 2001-02
           High School Assessment Program.
      Yakimowski, M., Forte Fast, E. & Wilson, C. (2002). Student results from the Maryland
           School Performance Assessment Program: 1996-97 through 2001-02.
      Yakimowski, M., McCrary, J. & Connolly, F. (2002). Why students leave: A descriptive
           study.
      Yakimowski, M. & Pilibosian, E. (2002). Master Plan II: Responses from our community
           survey.
      Yakimowski, M. & Pilibosian, E. (2002). Principals’ satisfaction with services provided by
           the Facilities Department in 2001-02.
      Yakimowski, M., Stack, T. & Connolly, F. (2001). An evaluation of the new schools
           initiative.
      Yakimowski, M., Vaughn III, E.S. & Wilson, C. (2002). Student performance in the
           Advanced Placement Program: 1997-98 through 2001-02.
      Yakimowski, M. & Williams, B. (2002). Student performance on the Maryland Functional
           Testing Program: Cumulative pass rates.
      Yakimowski, M. & Williams, B. (2001). Student performance on the Maryland Functional
           Testing Program: 1996-97 through 2000-01.
      Yakimowski, M. & Wilson, C. (2001). SAT performance of the graduating class of 2001.
      Yakimowski, M. & Wilson, C. (2002). Student performance on the TerraNova: 1998-99
           through 2001-02 and Volumes A-D.
      Yakimowski, M. & Wilson, C. (2001). Student performance on the TerraNova: 1997-98
           through 2000-01.
      Yakimowski, M. & Wilson, C. (2002). SAT performance of the graduating class of 2002.
      Yakimowski, M., Wilson, C., Connolly, F., Gresham, J., Vaughn III, E.S. & McCrary, J.
           (2003). Student performance on the TerraNova: 1998-99 through 2002-03 and
           Volumes A-C.
Prepared for Hampton City Schools (Illustrative examples)
      Standards of Learning test results
      Standards of Accreditation
      Instructional time
      School improvement: Process and support structures
      Board/Council pairings on standards and accountability
      An educator’s handbook to analyze and interpret the Standards of Learning
Prepared for Portsmouth City Schools (Illustrative examples)
      Toward high performing schools: A paradigm shift
      An evaluation of Portsmouth’s instructional programs
      A parent’s guide to the Stanford Achievement Test


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      Enrollment projections
Prepared for Meriden Public Schools (Illustrative examples)
      Meriden’s Children First Initiative planning and implementation grant applications
      Meriden’s Children First Initiative comprehensive needs assessment report
      Meriden’s integrated language arts instructional assessment packets for grades 1-6
      Meriden’s Connecticut Mastery, norm-referenced, and College Board test results
Prepared for Stamford Public Schools    (Illustrative examples)

      Stamford's Metropolitan Achievement and Otis-Lennon norm-referenced test results
      Revised districtwide testing plan with results of a pilot study
      An evaluation of Stamford's elementary and middle school guidance programs

Prepared for Farmington Board of Education.
     The Farmington "Average Child" study: A final report. (1987, February).

Prepared for Connecticut State Department of Education
      Douville, D., Yakimowski, M. & Chang, T. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of
         critical variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students:
         Achievement levels and IQs of emotionally disturbed students.

      Gubbins E. J., Behuniak, P., & Yakimowski, M. et al. (1987, June). Assessing the impact and
         effectiveness of critical variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed
         students.
      Luocco, R. & Rindone, D. (1985, January). Access to Excellence 1980-1985: Status report
         on Connecticut’s comprehensive plan for elementary and secondary Education
      Rindone, D., Luocco, R., Behuniak, P. & Yakimowski, M. (1984). EERA district plan
         revisions.
      Yakimowski, M. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of critical variables that
         affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students: Behavioral characteristics.
      Yakimowski, M., & Behuniak, P. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of critical
         variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students:
         Methodological issues in instrument development.
      Yakimowski, M., D. Douville, & Schmitz, J. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness
         of critical variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students:
         Compilation of major strengths and weaknesses in local school district programs for
         emotionally disturbed students.
      Yakimowski, M., & Olecheck, R. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of critical
         variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students: An
         instrument to measure attitudes toward emotionally disturbed students.
      Yakimowski, M., D. Douville, & Chang, T. (1986). Assessing the impact and effectiveness of
         critical variables that affect placement decisions of emotionally disturbed students: The
         family environment.




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   Prepared for University of Connecticut, Bureau of Educational Research and Services.

       University of Connecticut’s Educational Psychology Department. (1981-1985). Student
          resource packets for EPSY 309.
       University of Connecticut’s Educational Psychology Department. (1981-1985). Student
          resource packets for EPSY 313.
       Yakimowski, M. (October, 1984). Directions for Using UConn's Conversational Monitoring
          System (CMS).

DISSERTATION
   Yakimowski, M. (June, 1986). A confirmatory factor Analysis of the WISC-R: An examination
   of the two and three-factor models for the learning disabled, intellectually gifted and unclassified
   samples. Storrs, Connecticut, The University of Connecticut. Scott W. Brown, Chair; Robert K.
   Gable, David A. Kenny and Steven V. Owen as associate advisers.


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
   Leadership Roles in Professional Organizations
       American Educational Research Association (AERA)
         Council member and Division H Vice President, 2003-2006; Secretary, 2000-2002
         Council liaison to Technology Committee, 2003-2006
         Chair of Nominations Committee, 2006-2009
      Connecticut Testing Network (CTN)
         President, 1992-1996; Treasurer, 1991; Board, 1988-1996
       Directors of Research and Evaluation (DRE)
           President/Conference Chair, 1999-2000
       National Council of Measurement in Education (NCME)
          Brenda H. Loyd Outstanding Dissertation Selection Committee, 2002-2004
          Outreach Committee member, 2005
       National Association of Test Directors (NATD)
          President, 2001; Vice President, 2000; Secretary, 1996-1998; Board, 1996-2001
       Virginia Association of Testing Directors (VATD)
          Conference Chairperson, 1998-1999

   Committee Memberships and Service (Illustrative examples)
       American Educational Research Association proposal reviewer, 1981-present
       Assessing Technological Literacy Committee for the National Research Council, National
       Academy of Engineering, 2003-2006
       Journal of Education for Students At-Risk Editorial Board, 2002-present
       Large Scale Assessment Conference proposal reviewer, 2004-2005
       National Research Council review panel for Advancing Science Research in Education, 2005



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   Maryland State Department of Education dropout standards setting advisory committee, 2003
   The Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation, Council of Great City
   Schools’ representative, 2003-2004
   The Joint Committee on Testing Practices, National Association of Test Directors’
   representative, 2000-2003
   National Education Network, American Educational Research Associations’ representative,
   2001-2003
   Virginia’s Advisory Committee on School Academic Review, 2001
   Virginia’s Advisory Committee on Standards of Learning Training, 2000-2001
   Connecticut’s Strategic School Profiles Advisory Committee, 1994-1996
   Connecticut’s Educational Reference Group Technical Advisory Committee, 1995-1996
   Connecticut's Regional Audio-Video Exchange Board of Directors, 1990-1996
   Connecticut’s Title I Committee of Practitioners, 1990-1992
   Meriden Young Women's Christian Association Head Start Policy Board, 1994-1996
   Meriden Community Action Agency Head Start Policy Board of Directors, 1993-1994
   Regional Audio-Video Exchange Board of Directors, 1990-1996

Dissertation Committee Memberships (Illustrative examples)

   Volunteer as co-chair/advisor on numerous dissertation committees.
   Atkinson, C.L.H. An analysis of the impact of Success for All on reading, attendance, and
        academic self-efficacy with at-risk elementary school students.
   Gunn, Jr., R. The effects of conflict resolution training on students with previous discipline
       referrals.
   Hass, M.S. The influence of teaching methods on student achievement on Virginia’s end-of-
         course test for Algebra I.
   Hawkins, W.D. Predictors of affective organization commitment among high school
       principals.
   Hill, C.L. What are the characteristics of effective teaching? A comparative study of
         stakeholder perceptions.
   Hoffler-Riddick, P.Y. The relationship between the implementation of a mandatory dress
        policy and attendance, grade point average, discipline, and self-esteem.8
   Murphy, D. The long-term impact of a Title I preschool education program in one urban
       district.
   Myers, L.H. Barriers to completion of the doctoral degree in educational administration.
   Rayfield, III, J.D. Effects of two models of high school block scheduling on the Virginia
        Standards of Learning assessments.
   Sexton, M.B. A case study of the effect of year round education on attendance, academic
        performance, and behavior patterns.



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       Shepherd, M.N. The effects of a middle school magnet program on eighth grade student
            performance.
       Smith, J. The effect of the Carnegie Algebra Tutor Computer Program on student
            achievement and attitudes in introductory high school algebra.
       Smith, W.K. An evaluation of the attendance policy and program and its perceived effects
            on high school attendance in the Newport News Public Schools.
       Taylor, M.A. Educating adolescents in the context of Section 504 Policy: A comparative
            study of two middle schools.
       Victory, J.M. A causal-comparative study of the Advancement via Individual Determination
            Program on middle school student achievement and attendance.

PUBLICATION AWARDS
   American Educational Research Association’s Division H Outstanding Publications Awards

       2006 Science framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational progress: A
            summary of national feedback provided on preliminary drafts gathered from surveys
            and regional and national feedback meetings with B. Moulding and A. Fu.
            (Category: Planning and Policy Analysis)
       2004   Advanced Placement performance with E. S. Vaughn and C. Wilson. (Category:
              District School Assessment Reports)
       2004   Student performance on the Maryland School Assessment Program with C. Wilson
              and J. McCrary. (District School Assessment Reports)
       2004   Factors impacting staff employment decisions with E.S. Vaughn. (Management
              Research)
       2004   Baltimore City Public School System Master Plan II: The Needs Assessment.
              (Planning and Policy Research)
       2004   Software enabling school improvement with J. Wayman and S. Stringfield. (Other
              Institutional Research)
       2004   Adequate yearly progress with Baltimore City’s Division of Research, Evaluation,
              Assessment and Accountability. (No Child Left Behind)
       2004   Test coordinator’s resource guide with V. Briggs, J. Cunningham, J. Gresham, and B.
              Williams. (Staff Assessment Training Materials)
       2004   BCPSS Vision of REAA Website with Baltimore City’s Division of Research,
              Evaluation, Assessment and Accountability. (Department Website)
       2003   An evaluation of the grade 9 transition program with F. Connolly. (Instructional
              Research)
       2003   Why students leave: A descriptive study with J. McCrary. (Management Research)
       2003   Envisioning assessment, evaluation, and research results to the community: The art
              of the visual presentation. (Alternative Reporting Methods)
       2002   An examination of K-5, 6-8 vs. K-8 grade configurations with F. Connolly.
              (Institutional Research)
       2002   Series of Master Plan quarterly status reports. (Planning Reports)


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       1999   An educator’s handbook for analyzing and interpreting the Standards of Learning.
              (Assessment Training Materials)
       1997   Enrollment projections. (Management)
       1994   Meriden’s Connecticut Mastery, Norm-referenced, and College Board test results.
              (Student Assessment Reports)
       1993   Meriden’s Connecticut Mastery, Norm-referenced, and College Board test results.
              (Student Assessment Reports)
   Connecticut Association of Boards of Education Communication Awards
       1996   Meriden’s Connecticut Mastery, norm-referenced, and College Board test results.
       1995   Meriden’s Children First Initiative comprehensive needs assessment report.
   New England Educational Research Organization
       1989   Best Research Award for Academic self-efficiency in elementary students.

SPECIAL AWARDS
       2005   Best discussant award at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational
              Research Association
   2001-2002 Johns Hopkins University Visiting Scholar
       1996   Meriden Board of Education Administrator of the Year Award
       1993   National Center for Educational Statistics Fellowship Award
       1986   University of Connecticut Dissertation Fellowship Award
       1981   Bridgewater State Shea Scholarship Award for Excellence in Academics/Psychology
       1980   U.S. Congressional Record Citation

OTHER RECOGNITIONS
   American Board of Psychological Specialties, Diplomat, 1999-lifetime
   American College of Forensic Examiners, Fellow, 1999-lifetime
   Phi Kappa Phi, International Honor Society, 1985-present
   Phi Lambda Theta, National Honor and Professional Society in Education, 1984-lifetime
   Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute of Virginia Peninsula, 2000-2001
   Puerto Rico and Connecticut Title I Immersion Exchange Program Participant, 1991-1992


CERTIFICATIONS
   Virginia Superintendent Certification; February, 2001-current
   Virginia Administrative Certification; February, 2001-current
   Connecticut Administrative Professional Certification, 1993-current
   Connecticut School Psychology Professional Certification, 1993-current
   Massachusetts Teaching Certifications in Secondary Social Studies and History, 1981


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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
   Areas of interest: PreK-12 assessment, research, accountability, school reform, school improve-
   ment, strategic planning, statistics, and program evaluation. Good oral/written communication
   skills and proficiency with technology.

REFERENCES
   Available upon request.




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