March 27, 2013
|Florida Academic Center|
16853 N.E. 2nd Ave, Suite 102 | North Miami Beach, FL 33162-1746
The educational system is in a state of flux, with growing pressure for educators to innovate—but resources are scarce. Social entrepreneurship can transform schools, creating a new collaborative learning environment. It also provides an opportunity to resolve issues that many educators face. This special presentation will outline how instructors can apply SE theory to positively impact their local communities and schools.Light refreshments will be served.
RSVP to Francis Francois at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-653-7141.
Frank Scala joined Union Institute & University as a full-time professor in the education department in 2006. Prior to joining Union, he served in many roles in the field
of education including as a sixth grade teacher, team leader, assistant principal, elementary school principal, director of special education, curriculum coordinator, assistant superintendent and superintendent.
He holds a B.A. in History from the University of Massachusetts; a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision with a minor in Curriculum and Instruction; and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership from Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Francis Francois is a Union doctoral student, completing his thesis in student support and mentoring of adults. He has served as a Union Institute & University administrator for six years. Francis is passionate about ensuring that underprivileged students are afforded equal access to quality education.