Education Week Honors Steve Sandoval as a ‘Leader to Learn From’
Steve Sandoval, Executive Director of Student Services for Adams County School District 50, has been named one of Education Week’s “Leaders to Learn From.”
He was selected for his implementation of the interventionist framework in District 50 to ensure that all students learn to their highest potential. His model uses collaboration and blended learning resources from across the district to ensure that all kids reach their full potential. It targets special needs students as well as English Language and Gifted Learners.
“No one teacher has truth in a bottle; no one teacher can do it all, regardless of how great he or she is as a teacher and how well they differentiate in the classroom,” Sandoval told Education Week. “It really does take a variety of people to support kids that are enrolled in our school district.”
Dr. Sandoval will join 150 of America’s most influential education leaders in Washington, D.C. in March where he and the others will be honored for their work.
A full lengthy write up and video about Sandoval will be published early next year, but you can find a sneak peek of why Steve is being honored here.
Posted December 14, 2015