Greg Keith is the Director of the Division of School Support, which supports the Q Comp program and the statewide system of support for the state’s identified Focus and Priority schools. Additionally, the division provides technical assistance to schools and districts in the areas of educator effectiveness and evaluation, continuous improvement planning, and professional development. The Division coordinates the federal School Improvement Grant program as well.
In his previous role at the department, Greg served as an educator evaluation specialist, implemented the pilot of the state principal evaluation example model, and worked with the teacher evaluation work group to design the state teacher evaluation default model. Greg is a former classroom teacher, principal, and district administrator in the areas of teacher induction, school reform, and professional development. He has a B.A. in English and Secondary Education and a Master’s degree in School Administration and Supervision.
U.S. Senate Youth Applications Due Oct. 24
Minnesota 11th- or 12th-grade students who hold an elected office in student government or civic or community organization during the 2014-15 school year are eligible to apply for the U.S. Senate Youth Program. Established in 1962, the program offers a unique educational experience for outstanding high school students interested in pursuing careers in public service. Two selected student leaders from each state, District of Columbia and the Dept. of Defense Education Activity will spend a week in Washington, March 7-14, 2015, experiencing their national government in action. Visit the U.S. Senate Youth Website.