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The mission of Bev Freedman is to help schools and school systems 'raise the bar and close achievement gaps'. She works with administrators to build their capacity in terms of school improvement, observational data and evidence-based feedback, so they can work more effectively and collaboratively with teachers on increasing student achievement.


BevFreedman@rogers.com

Educational Services Consulting
 
Bev Freedman is an educational consultant and the Program Manager for Canada’s Outstanding Principals’ Award project in collaboration with The Learning Partnership. She is a walkthrough trainer, a coach and specializes in instructional leadership and gender issues impacting education. She is also an adjunct professor for the University of Ontario’s Institute of Technology. Previously; she was an executive officer for the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat (LNS). For two years, she was the Leadership Coordinator for the Faculty of Education, York University. As the former Superintendent of Programs with the Durham District School Board (DSB) she was responsible for curriculum and special education K-12 for a district of 70, 000 students in over 125 schools. She has and continues to work in a consultative capacity for several branches of the Ministry on a variety of initiatives including special education and curriculum development. 

 

Awards

In 2008 Dr. Freedman was awarded the  Doctoral Dissertation Award by PDK International for Demonstrating PDK Ideals of Leadership Service and Research


In 2004, she was awarded a research grant from the Ontario Principals’ Council for a study instructional leadership.

In 2002 she was selected as the recipient for the Barb Phair award in special education by the Council for Exceptional Children

Dr. Freedman was on the executive of
Ontario’s provincial superintendents’ organization (OPSOA), and in 2001, was named Ontario’s Distinguished Leader by OPSOA.



Consulting Services (Educational Services Consulting)

- Instructional Walks and Evidence-based Training

- School and System-Wide Improvement Planning

- Gender Issues

- Special Education Team Building

- Curriculum Development








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