Mr. Ennis Harvey has more than 20 years of diverse teaching and leadership experience at the primary, secondary and district levels. This experience include serving as both principal and assistant principal at the K-12 level. His district leadership experience include serving as a Program Administrator for High School Transformation, where he led the Atlanta school district in transforming all of its’ large comprehensive high schools into small schools and small learning communities.
This oversight included the monitoring and supervision of instructional strategies that facilitated sustainable student achievement throughout the district’s transformed high schools and small learning communities.
Mr. Harvey has served as a School Improvement Specialist, contracted by the Georgia Department of Education, charged with the task to lead schools through a comprehensive school improvement process model. He led schools in effective implementation of school improvement plans that included measurable long-term goals and short-term objectives as well as aligned strategies, interventions, activities, milestones, professional learning plans, and budgets which supported the overall school improvement process.
His passion to motivate teachers and leaders to perform above and beyond expectations led him to become the CEO Administrator for School Transformation with Chicago Public Schools. It was there that Mr. Harvey successfully consolidated three small high schools into one comprehensive secondary education institution.
Mr. Harvey strives to help educators understand the importance of transforming every facet of education to ensure that all teachers and leaders are skilled to promote learners that are college and career ready. His extensive knowledge of effective instructional and organizational school practices, serve to assist schools and districts seeking to maximize and improve student achievement.