Brian Dassler, the youngest Teacher of the Year (Broward County) and current Principal of KIPP Renaissance School in New Orleans, is just one of 5 top alumni speaking at our annual Education Career Night on February 23.
According to the Florida Department of Education, “Brian Dassler is the principal of KIPP Renaissance High School, and is a former teacher at Stranahan High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he was named teacher of the year in the nation’s sixth largest school district in 2007. The founding teacher of the nationally-recognized Urban Teacher Academy Program, a unique K-12 to postsecondary education partnership that prepares underserved students for success as educators and educational leaders, Brian also led Stranahan’s comprehensive high school redesign which resulted in Stranahan being named one of the top three high schools in America by the College Board. Brian is also a member of the Board of Directors of Breakthrough New Orleans and is active in the New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute and the Bywater Neighborhood Association.”
Join us for a panel discussion with Brian and four other distinguished COE alumni and feel free to ask plenty of questions during the Q&A session immediately following the discussion.
Thurs., Feb. 23, 5-6pm, Reitz 287
*Refreshments will be served.
*Free UF gifts for first 25 attendees
*Doors Open at 4:30pm
*Open to all UF students