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Vincent P. Brevetti

Senior Director of Programs

Institute for Student Achievement

HQ Phone:  (516) 812-6700

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Institute for Student Achievement

One Old Country Road Suite 250

Carle Place, New York,11514

United States

Company Description

The Institute for Student Achievement (ISA) partners with schools and districts to transform public high schools so that students who are traditionally underserved and underperforming graduate prepared for success in college. Through a close partnership, ISA p...more

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Employment History

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www.studentachievement.org

The MCSA team is comprised of the following members: Dr. Gerry House, Scott Noon, Vincent Brevetti, and Rita Hanes from ISA; Dr. Jacqueline Ancess and Dr. Fenot Aklog from Teachers College; ISA school principals Nancy Amling, Carolyn Quintana, and Courtney Winkfield; ISA teachers Caitlin Derousse and Achley Garcia; high school students Nick Armont, Fahruk Babalola, Seleste Estrada Orrego, Zachary Georges, and Randy Liriano; Dr. Cecilia Saddler from Minneapolis Public Schools; Dr. Joanna Gorin from the Educational Testing Service; Dr. Justin Reich of MIT's Scheller Teacher Education Program; Dr. Michael Hacker, Co-director of the Center for Technological Literacy at Hofstra University; Michael Gonchar of the NY Times Learning Network; business leaders Mark Atkinson and Michael Glassman; and philanthropist, Beth Leventhal.


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Vincent Brevetti
Senior Director for Program Management Vincent Brevetti, ISA's Senior Director for Program Management, comes to us from the New York City Department of Education. As the Chief Education Officer... Expand Vincent Brevetti, ISA's Senior Director for Program Management, comes to us from the New York City Department of Education. As the Chief Education Officer of Cluster 1, Division of School Support and Instruction, Brevetti implemented learning and achievement strategies for about 125,000 students with over 9,000 teachers in over 250 schools. He co-led the effort to reorganize the over 500 schools in the Empowerment Schools Organization into two autonomous support organizations to create more effective and responsive central structures and reduce payroll and overall operation costs. ??As a Network Leader for Empowerment Schools, he worked closely with principals and their leadership teams in 25 NYC public schools, and knows well the strategies for success as well as the challenges of school leadership, having been the founding principal of Humanities Preparatory Academy (HPA), a small college prep high school in Manhattan. The school was designated a National Mentor School by the Coalition of Essential Schools, and its responsiveness to and support of its students was documented in the Emmy Award nominated film, "Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story. Brevetti also led a team that founded HPA's sister school, The James Baldwin School. ?? Brevetti began his career as a special ed and social studies teacher in New York City, where he customized courses for all grade levels and student abilities. He was a New York State Education Department certified Senior School Quality Reviewer, a high school leadership development program instructor at Baruch College, and mentor at Bank Street School of Education. He holds a BA in Government from Georgetown University, an MA in Political Science from Fordham University, and advanced special education credits from Adelphi University and a PD in Educational Administration and Supervision from Fordham University. ?? As ISA's Senior Director for Program Management, Brevetti supports, manages and monitors the development and launching of new small high schools. During the planning phase, he engages with principals and design teams to develop the vision, mission, structure, instructional framework and operation policies for the new schools so that they embed ISA's Seven Principles, are compatible with district and state policies, and are organized to graduate all students ready for college success.


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The resource centers seem all but certain to fade into history, although Vincent Brevetti of the Institute for Student Achievement, Dewey's educational partnership organization, says the small learning communities may provide the kind of support for students that the resource centers once did.
Brevetti says he hopes any shortfall in students will be temporary. "If we do well by the school, it will be a very attractive option," he says. The school, he says, should be able to meet the needs of even low-performing students. "If you engage a student you can bring out the best in them," he says.


www.studentachievement.org [cached]

The MCSA team is comprised of the following members: Dr. Gerry House, Scott Noon, Vincent Brevetti, and Rita Hanes from ISA; Dr. Jacqueline Ancess and Dr. Fenot Aklog from Teachers College; ISA school principals Nancy Amling, Carolyn Quintana, and Courtney Winkfield; ISA teachers Caitlin Derousse and Achley Garcia; high school students Nick Armont, Fahruk Babalola, Seleste Estrada Orrego, Zachary Georges, and Randy Liriano; Dr. Cecilia Saddler from Minneapolis Public Schools; Dr. Joanna Gorin from the Educational Testing Service; Dr. Justin Reich of MIT’s Scheller Teacher Education Program; Dr. Michael Hacker, Co-director of the Center for Technological Literacy at Hofstra University; Michael Gonchar of the NY Times Learning Network; business leaders Mark Atkinson and Michael Glassman; and philanthropist, Beth Leventhal.


www.essentialschools.org

Vincent Brevetti, principal of Manhattan's Humanities Preparatory Academy, a CES school that is also part of the New York-based New Visions for Public Schools network, thinks that the move of school personnel from established schools to newer or recreating schools merits special attention.
"School cultures are so idiosyncratic, despite whatever comes down the pike. The power of a school's personality is quite astounding," he comments. Vincent Brevetti, principal of Humanities Preparatory Academy, sees a more long-term benefit to the Consortium network.


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