IUPUI administrator chosen for Indianapolis Public Schools superintendent's transition team
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INDIANAPOLIS -- An IUPUI administrator is among a group of prestigious national and local leaders chosen to serve on Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Lewis D. Ferebee's transition team, the school district announced Monday.
Patricia Rogan, executive associate dean of the School of Education at IUPUI, is one of seven appointees to the team that will analyze and provide feedback to Ferebee on improving the academic performance, operating efficiencies and communication practices for the district.
Rogan is a professor of special education at the School of Education. She has been a university professor for 30 years with interests in secondary education, transition, supported employment and organizational change. Rogan consults nationally and internationally with schools, adult services and state leaders to promote positive practices and systems change.
"Dr. Rogan's commitment to educating students is only matched by her commitment to improving the quality of that education. Her intelligence, experience and commitment will drive her contributions to Dr. Ferebee’s transition," IUPUI Chancellor Charles R. Bantz said.
Other Ferebee transition team members are Kelvin Adams, superintendent, St. Louis Public Schools; Linda L. Kirby, program director, Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce; Terry B. Grier, superintendent, Houston Independent; Amos Brown, director of strategic research and editor, Radio One; and Chris Horan, managing partner, Horan Communications.
The transition team will provide recommendations that will be considered as part of the superintendent's overarching listening tour, which will help guide the development of the district's next strategic plan. The team will begin interacting with the IPS community this month and will report its findings and recommendations in March.