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Eleanor Jeanne Boyd

Diretor of Educational Services

Children's Community Programs of CT

HQ Phone:  (203) 786-6403

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Children's Community Programs of CT

446A Blake St. Suite 100

New Haven, Connecticut,06515

United States

Company Description

The CCPC serves approximately 600 children in several community programs including, Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC), Support Team for Educational Progress (STEP), One on One Mentoring, Young Leaders, Nurturing Family Network, and three Alternative Education Prog... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director Special Education

New Haven Public Schools


Affiliations

Retired Educators Association

Member


Education

Master's of Science

Special Education

Southern Connecticut State University


Master's of Science

Special Education

Virginia State College


Web References(4 Total References)


Durban Review Petition Signers

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Eleanor Boyd, Teacher, Education*, Wishaw, United Kingdom


CWEALF Hot Topics women's issues

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This year's honorees included Mary Bonauto, Eleanor Boyd, Jennifer Levi, Yolanda Rivera and Susan Wolfson. ELEANOR BOYDEleanor Jeanne Moore Boyd believes in the adage that, "one hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the type of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove, but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child."Not only is this part of her belief system but is the way Eleanor has chosen to live her life.If a cause is for enhancing the educational and/or cultural experience of children and the community, Eleanor Boyd is there!Eleanor learned at an early age that one must first prepare for the future but live to share the knowledge gained with others.She matriculated at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina studying elementary education.She furthered her studies in special education at Virginia State College and received a Master's of Science in Special Education and a Sixth Year Certification in Supervision and Administration at Southern Connecticut State University. During her professional career she worked as a teacher, administrative intern, Assistant Principal, Principal, Supervisor of Special Education, Director of Drop-out Prevention and Director of Pupil Personnel in the New Haven Public Schools.Regardless of her position she was always advocating for kids, whether it was leading the Drop-out Prevention Program or starting innovative vocational program that worked with local businesses in New Haven. Eleanor balanced her committed to her family with her profession and used those valuable experiences to inform work and activism.Eleanor has worked with, and chaired numerous committees related to her profession, community, and spirituality.Eleanor's professional affiliations have included the School Administrators Association, the Administration and Supervision Association of the Special Education Administrators and the Council of Exceptional Children.She is presently a member of the Retired Educators Association. Eleanor's important work has been recognized by many community-based awards, including the Congressional Recognition for Community Service, Women Who Make a Difference - New Haven Register, the National Council of Negro Women's President's Leadership Award and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Civic Leader Award. CWEALF is proud to honor Eleanor for her dedication to the education of all students and for her leadership in organizations that address issues affecting the community and children.


New Haven Public Schools - Welcome!

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Eleanor Boyd, Director, Pupil Personnel Services/Community & Alternative Programs - 203-946-8990


Welcome to New Haven Public Schools

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Eleanor Boyd , Director , Pupil Personnel Services/Community & Alternative Programs - 203-946-8990


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