Siegel teaches the teachers
August 19, 2019
Award: Professor of Education of the Year Name: Scott Siegel Title: Adjunct Professor, California State University, Stanislaus; Superintendent, Ceres Unified School District Region: 7 ACSA highlights: Member since 1998; ACSA Superintendent’s Council Representative (current); Region 7 Superintendent of the Year (2015); ACSA Business Administrator of the Year (2009). As an adjunct professor in the Educational Administration program at California State University, Stanislaus, Scott Siegel focuses on training administrators to place students first. An experienced superintendent, his approach focuses on data, utilizing a student-centered lens to solve problems and make decisions. Siegel is widely known as an ethical and effective educator and administrator who sets a high bar for his students. An enthusiastic proponent of educational equity, Siegel is an active supporter of diverse hiring as well as regular advocacy on matters of public education.  “Dr. Siegel has established a reputation of being a successful educator who is highly visible and achievement oriented. He possesses impressive knowledge of all matters related to school administration that include curriculum, personnel and business operations,” said John Borba, chair of the Department of Advanced Studies in Education, California State University, Stanislaus. “Most importantly, Dr. Siegel deeply cares about young people, a character trait that is a driving force in all of his work.” 
ACSA’s 2019 Professor of Education of the Year Scott Siegel.
Ceres Unified School District Superintendent and CSU Stanislaus adjunct professor Scott Siegel has received ACSA’s 2019 Professor of Education of the Year award.

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