Steve Dibb is the Director of the School Support Division, responsible for the administration of the federal School Improvement Grant (SIG), the Quality Compensation (Q Comp) Program, professional development services to enhance teacher effectiveness, providing school improvement support services to identified In Need of Improvement schools under No Child Left Behind (NCLB), and the TAP System for teacher and student advancement.
Before joining the department, Mr. Dibb worked in several Minnesota school districts as a science teacher, building administrator, and district level administrator in the area of curriculum and instruction.
He received his B.A. Degree in biology from Concordia College, Moorhead, his Master's degree from Mankato State University, and his principal and superintendent licensures from St. Mary's University.
Gifted & Talented Education Symposium - June 8-11, 2015
The seventh annual Hormel Foundation Gifted and Talented Education Symposium provides an opportunity for educators, counselors, administrators and parents to gain greater understanding of the unique needs of gifted and high potential learners. In-depth sessions focusing on foundational knowledge, creativity, curriculum strategies, and more provided by the field’s finest regionally, nationally and internationally recognized presenters. View more event details.