Ted S. Price
School of Education
2810 Parham Road Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23294
804-662-7288 | email@example.com
Ted Price, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Virginia Tech.
Dr. Price earned his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Former positions in education: teacher, program specialist, coordinator, director, principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent. Research focus: at-risk students, leadership, change management, strategic planning, principal and superintendent preparation. Consultant to business and industry on change management and organizational development.
- PhD, University of Southern California
- MS Ed, California State University, Long Beach
- BS Ed, Northern Arizona University
- Member, 2011-2016, Virginia Professors of Educational Leadership (VPEL)
- Member, 2010-2011, Faculty Executive Committee, West Virginia University
- Member, 2009-2010, Faculty Welfare Committee, West Virginia University
- Task Force Member, 2008-2011, Developing Standards for Educational Leaders in West Virginia West Virginia Department of Education Leadership Collaborative
- Virginia Education Research Association (VERA), Outstanding research paper, 2014
- Race to the Top (RTT) Selected to serve as member of review committee, Secretary of Education, annual grant awards, 2010
- February Employee of the Month: Orange County Department of Education, 2005
- Pacific Coast High School, Co-Founder, with Machele Kilgore and Robert Windham, OCDE, Orange County, CA, 2001-02
- Polson, K., Albert, J., Price, T., & Woodson. S. (2016). Collaborative Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom. Journal of Juvenile Court, Community, and Alternative School Administrators of California. 29(1). 9-12.
- Read, N. W., Price, T., & Gonsoulin, S. (2015). NDTAC Practice Guide: Addressing the Unmet Educational Needs of Children and Youth in the Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems Requires Within-Agency and Cross-Agency Leadership. Washington, DC: National Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk (NDTAC).
- Price, T. (2015). Mind shift: Helping you to become the leader you want to be. Journal of Juvenile Court, Community, and Alternative School Administrators of California. 28(1),15-22.
- Kassner, L., Price, T., Kinsler, A., & Dougherty, A. (2014). Shifting paradigms for leadership: Transitioning from teachers to school leaders in a principal preparation program. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Virginia Educational Research Association, Charlottesville, VA.
- Price, T. (2014). Finding your true career: If you could do it again, would you choose a career in juvenile court schools? I would! Journal of Juvenile Court, Community, Alternative School Administrators of California, 27(1), 63-69.
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