Sean Fisher is a husband, father, published author, US Army Veteran, and experienced “Certified K-12 Administrator/ Continuous School Improvement Lead Evaluator/ STEM Lead Evaluator” Education Leader with almost 20 years of service in the following capacities: central office program coordinator, middle school principal, high school assistant principal, teacher-leader and CIS Project Manager. Additionally, he has in-depth experience serving students outside of school systems as a Community/ Neighborhood Improvement Non-Profit Board of Directors Member and as past “MASSP: Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals Board of Directors at-large Delegate”. Mr. Fisher holds the following degrees: 1) Education Specialist Degree – Wayne State University, 2) Masters of Education Degree – Wayne State University and 3) Bachelors of Education Degree – The University of Toledo. Also, he holds a Certificate in Human Resource Management – Walsh College, and a Certificate in Building Your Entry Plan to Lead for Equity in Education – Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.
Mr. Fisher is a Charlotte Danielson Framework Certified, AVID: Advancement Via Individual Determination – Certified, Cognia/AdvancED Engagement Review Team Lead Evaluator/ ELEOT 2.0: Effective Learning Observation Tool Certified, culturally responsive, data-driven instructional school leader with a strong emphasis on creating success opportunities for all learners but especially those learners furthest from Educational Justice. He is a committed to creating a restorative culture which reduces suspensions, expulsions and achievement disparities based on “Seeking to Understand First” then utilizing “Curriculum, Instructional and Assessment Best Practices”; a strong proponent of “The Teacher Serving as their Principals’ Primary Client” as strategy for increasing students’ academic achievement. Additionally, he is a certified school administrator and Certified Senior School Restorative Practice Coordinator.