The NCUST Review: What Great Schools Do. Episode 7: Dr. Jeffrey Thiel

Dr. Thiel is one of the executive coaches for NCUST working with school districts and their leaders to improve the educational outcomes for all students. Having served as a classroom teacher, elementary school principal, and district peer coach for several years, he eventually became the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources for the largest elementary school district in the state of California. Dr. Thiel was instrumental in ensuring “A” players were hired to teach the students. To promote success for all students, Dr. Thiel knows the importance of students having access to the greatest resource of all – a highly qualified classroom teacher. Learn what Dr. Thiel has done to make great schools great on this episode of the NCUST Review.


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established in 2005 , NCUST strives to help urban school districts and their partners transform urban schools into places where all students achieve academic proficiency, evidence a love of learning, and graduate well prepared to succeed in post-secondary education, the workplace, and their communities.


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