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Bruce L. Holaday

Executive Director

Wildlife Associates

HQ Phone:  (650) 712-0800

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Wildlife Associates

P.O. Box 3098

Half Moon Bay, California,94019

United States

Company Description

Since 1980, Wildlife Associates has provided nationally acclaimed educational programs for children, families, and adults throughout the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. At our 120-acre wildlife sanctuary in Half Moon Bay, we care for more than 50 non-releasabl...more

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

Oakland Military Institute


Director

Oakland Military Institute


Affiliations

American Educational Research Association

Member


Gov. Jerry Brown

Next Member


Education

B.A.

English and education

University of Illinois


Master

education

University of Indiana


Master of Education degree

English

Indiana University


Web References(31 Total References)


SunWork Renewable Energy Projects

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Bruce Holaday, Wildlife Associates Ex. Dir. talks about SunWork installation
Bruce Holaday, Wildlife Associates Executive Director - check out the video


www.imperialvalleynews.com

Bruce Holaday, 63, of Oakland, has been reappointed to the California State Board of Education, where he has served since 2012.
Holaday has been director at Wildlife Associations since 2014, where he was director of educational advancement from 2010 to 2014. He was executive director at Newpoint Tampa High School from 2009 to 2010 and at the Oakland Military Institute from 2004 to 2009. Holaday held several positions at Culver Academies from 1976 to 2004, including director of development, director of Culver Summer Camps and an English teacher. He earned a Master of Education degree in English from Indiana University. This position requires Senate confirmation and the compensation is $100 per diem. Holaday is a Democrat. Feliza Ortiz-Licon, 40, of Long Beach, has been reappointed to the California State Board of Education, where she has served since 2015. Ortiz-Licon has been senior director of K-12 education at the National Council of La Raza since 2013, where she was regional director of education for California and the Far West from 2007 to 2013. She was director of college access services at the Fulfillment Fund from 2006 to 2007, director of policy for Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education member David Tokofsky from 2003 to 2006 and served as a teacher at John Muir Elementary School from 1999 to 2001. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association.


Everybody Solar - In the News

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The nearly 80,000 Bay Area students who experience our science education programs in schools each year will now learn not only about wildlife and environmental stewardship but also about clean energy and the importance of solar power," noted Bruce Holaday, Director of Wildlife Associates.


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The nearly 80,000 Bay Area students who experience our science education programs in schools each year will now learn not only about wildlife and environmental stewardship but also about clean energy and the importance of solar power," noted Bruce Holaday, Director of Wildlife Associates.


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Bruce Holaday
Bruce Holaday Gov. Jerry Brown has named Bruce Holaday, who for five years ran the military charter school in Oakland that Brown founded, the next member of the State Board of Education. Holaday, 59, currently does fundraising and designs teacher workshops and programs for at-risk youths as the director of educational advancement at Wildlife Associates, a nonprofit in Half Moon Bay that offers conservation education to schools. For most of his career, Holaday has taught and been an administrator at military schools, although he didn't attend a military academy or serve in the military. For 28 years he held various positions, including English teacher, development director, and administrator of a large summer school and camps, at the Culver Academies, a century-old private military school in Northern Indiana. "My background is not typical for this position," Holaday said in a telephone interview. A backlash against the Vietnam War wiped out dozens of military schools in the 1970s, but within the past decade there has been a resurgence of the military model in magnet and charter schools attracted to its "clear and distinct purpose and direct approach to behavior and values," said Holaday, comparing it with the Boy Scouts when done well. "The heart and soul of good military schools are patterns of ritual and traditions, knowing that each year the traditions will go on," he said. Holaday attended public schools and graduated with a B.A. in English and education from the University of Illinois. He also has a Master's in education from the University of Indiana. He grew up in Champagne, Ill., home of the university where his father was a professor of drama. His mother had a Ph.D in French. He didn't have to travel far for the job with Culver Academies; it's on the same lake in Indiana as the family's summer cottage. Tags:Bruce Holaday, Charter Schools, Gov. I have no idea if Mr. Holaday has utilized the same exclusive and discriminatory practices with our Governor's charters. The Governor's election committee would constantly bombard me with "please donate" emails, but when I'd ask for specifics I received a resounding silence. Where's the Governor's accountability for students with disabilities in his schools and what is Mr. Holaday's position on students with moderate/severe disabilities in charters? Will he use his position to create a better environment for this population or will it be a gift to the California Charter Schools Association who uses dues to lobby for favorable laws that will enrich them at the expense of the public and our public schools that serve all children?


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