Director of Secondary Education
Steve Gregor, Ed.D.
Dr. Steve Gregor was appointed to the role of Director of Secondary Education as of July 1, 2016. Having served as Orchard Valley Middle School principal since February 1, 2013, his leadership experience in middle level education and supervisory experience in secondary social studies and instructional technology will be assets in leading curriculum development and programmatic implementation in grades 6-12.
Prior to his leadership role at OVMS, Gregor served as the district’s social studies supervisor since 2004. He is also a former social studies teacher, technology trainer, and WTHS Teacher of the Year in 1995. He earned his BA in education at the University of Valley Forge, MA in social science at Temple University, MA in educational leadership at Thomas Edison State University, and his doctoral degree in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University. His primary area of research focused on the impact of educational social networking on student learning, completing his dissertation on “Social Networking: Closing the Achievement Between Regular and Special Education Students,” in April 2014. He has since published articles in Distance Education and NJPSA’s Educational Viewpoints.
by Myron Dueck Year Published: 2015
Dueck makes a strong argument for ensuring that grades measure what students know without punishing them for factors outside of their control.
by Eric Sheninger Year Published: 2019
Sheninger's book is a relevant guide to navigating the technology-driven shifts taking place in education today. He demonstrates how to leverage technology to optimize school leadership. The newest version will be available on May 14, 2019.
by Beverly Daniel Tatum, PhD Year Published: 2017
A fresh look at race in America, the state of integration, and the development of racial identities, Tatum updates her original work.