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Elizabeth Celania-Fagen

Superintendent

Douglas & Company

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Douglas & Company

Company Description

Founded in 1999, Douglas & Company was created by three partners who have a combined 50+ years of experience in software development, large scale network design, UNIX system design, database design, and web design and hosting. We are incorporated in the state ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Superintendent

Des Moines Public Schools


Associate Principal

Valley High School


Superintendent

DougCo schools


Affiliations

Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Humble High School

Secretary


Friedman Foundation

Founder


Education

Albia Community High School


Ed.D.


Ed.D.

education leadership

Drake University


MS


bachelor's degree

William Penn University


doctoral and master's degrees

William Penn University


doctoral and master's degrees

educational leadership

Drake University


Web References(189 Total References)


Speakers Bureau - Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice

Drew is a native of central Indiana and currently resides in downtown Indianapolis with his wife Elizabeth.
Dr. Elizabeth Celania-Fagen Dr. Elizabeth Celania-Fagen Superintendent, Douglas County, Colorado Elizabeth Celania-Fagen is the Superintendent of Douglas County School District, Colorado's third largest school district, serving approximately 60,000 students. The superintendent's responsibility is to ensure accomplishment of the Board of Education's goals and vision for the district. Dr. Celania-Fagen has broad experience in various educational roles. Beginning as a high school biology and chemistry teacher in Iowa, Dr. Celania-Fagen progressed into positions from associate principal and principal to executive director of high schools before becoming Associate Superintendent of Des Moines Independent School District. Dr. Celania-Fagen holds an M.S., Ed.S. and Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2008, Dr. Celania-Fagen became Superintendent of the Tucson Unified School District in Tucson, Arizona, a district of 56,000 students with 105 schools. In 2010, after conducting a national search, the DCSD Board of Education unanimously named Celania-Fagen Superintendent for Douglas County School District effective July 1, 2010. In 2011, under the leadership of Dr. Celania-Fagen, DCSD launched a strategic plan. As a result, the district has been celebrated as a "beacon" of education reform.


Superintendent Vacancies | Texas ISD

Dr, Elizabeth Fagen
Douglas County School District, Colorado


Superintendent Vacancies | Texas ISD

Dr, Elizabeth Fagen
Douglas County School District, Colorado


http://douglascountyparents.com/meet-the-dcsd-board-of-education/

Superintendent, Elizabeth C. Fagen


Douglas County School District: The Impact of a World Class Education | Common Sense Policy Roundtable

According to DCSD Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen, the current system, even for high performing DCSD graduates, is "... geared toward outcomes suited more for the assembly lines of the Industrial Revolution rather than the economy of the future. [O]ur goal is to prepare our students to compete on the world stage for the college or career pathway of their choice."17
Responsively, DCSD decided that the best way to prepare all students for college and career is to offer universal choice to the parents of the District beyond the traditional schools in the county. The District understood that even the best traditional schools in a wealthy and middle class district do not meet the learning needs of every student. It also realized that despite the comparative success of the district, every student deserves educational choices. DCSD recognized that the goal of a school district is to educate and prepare all students not just those who can navigate traditional educational offerings. Fagen explained, "[W]e know that students learn differently now, and we must employ new strategies to meet their needs and prepare them for the future workforce."18 Superintendent Fagen recently said, "Part of having a world-class education is having world-class outcomes focused on the right things-developing highly creative kids that can collaborate with people around the world; children that can communicate through writing, speaking and listening; and children that can think critically, who understand how to collect research and synthesize it, evaluate it, and come out with something new."24


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