Jerry W. Cradduck, M.Ed.
- Palo Alto Research Center (Stanford University, Stanford, CA) - 2006
- Reading Leadership Institute (University of Oregon, Eugene, OR) - 2006
- Urban Leadership Harvard Principal Institute (Harvard College, Cambridge, MA) - 2005
- M.A., Educational Administration (Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA) - 1995
- Honor Graduate Los Angeles Police Academy (Los Angeles, CA) - 1982
- Senior Drill Instructor, U.S. Marine Corps (San Diego, CA) - 1978
- California Clear Administrative Services Credential - 2001
- California Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential - 1995
- Consultant –LACOE Charter School Office coordinates the review process for charter petitions submitted to the County Board and monitoring and oversight of existing charter schools authorized by the County Board.
- Director Curriculum+Instruction –Supervised instructional program for 17 middle and high schools. Four high schools received the coveted California Distinguished High School honors. Implemented and developed Alliance (district-level) instructional support for schools that included, instructional guides/maps, data-analysis protocols, standards-based grading education and online reporting, implemented data mgt sys with quarterly benchmark assessments aligned to highest prioritized standards.
- Principal, Charles W. Eliot Middle School, Pasadena, CA –Letter of commendation, CA State Supt. of Public Instruction, continuously met API and AYP growth requirements for exiting the Immediate Intervention/Underperforming Schools Program (II/USP) in 2006. During tenure as school principal gained 90+ points on API. Pioneered Pasadena’s district-wide data management and analysis team while developing online reading and math RTI programs. Selected by Superintendent Dr. Percy Clark Jr. to lead data mgt team, professional learning community development and secondary history social sciences and science instruction.
- Administrator, Student Support Services, Fontana, CA –Established Small Learning Communities and Asset Development network leading to marked student improvement. Thematic academies and Asset Development network gave students authentic and relatable foci intertwining concepts and skills while developing individual assets to support a “college-going” culture.
- Assistant Principal, Diamond Ranch High School, Pomona, CA –Curriculum committee chair and technology committee team leader for Pomona USD – assistant principal curriculum/instruction comprehensive high school, a California Distinguished High School.