Kyle Dailey, Senior Education Consultant
Kyle Dailey entered the educational field as a teacher for a large urban high school in Broward County, Florida. During his 6 year teaching tenure Kyle taught all High School levels with an emphasis on Psychology and Sociology. At the school level he served on the School Improvement Committee and served three years as a department head. He was “Teacher of the Year” and recognized as a future leader of Broward Public Schools.
Kyle became a grant administrator and wrote two successful multi-million dollar grants. He was able to raise Language Arts achievement scores in 6 middle schools with the Advanced Placement Incentive Program. Kyle moved into the role of Curriculum Specialist for Educational Programs. As a curriculum specialist he was able to work with principals and school leadership teams to improve educational programs, align district initiatives with school and student needs, and provide many professional development trainings for principals and area superintendents. He also led Broward Schools’ accreditation team and worked with their accrediting agency AdvancEd In 2011 Kyle was appointed by the Superintendent to create and run the Performance Management Department. In the Performance Management Dept., he aligned processes and practices to successfully impact student achievement at both the district and school levels. In 2014 Kyle became a Prometheans project manager in Miami-Dade. He is currently working on the largest implementation of educational technology in the world. The project includes over 11,000 Interactive whiteboards and Professional Development for 25,000 teachers.
Mark Quintana, Ed.D. Senior Education Consultant
Dr. Mark Quintana has been a professional educator for 19 years. He has served in the positions from teacher to Magnet Program Coordinator to multiple District level administrator positions facilitating curriculum initiatives for core and elective curriculum content areas and School Improvement processes (Accreditation, Differentiated Accountability, School Improvement Plans, School Recognition Programs, School Improvement Grants, School Improvement Waivers and School Advisory Councils). Mark simultaneously has 15 years experience as a college/university adjunct professor of coursework at the Bachelor's, Master's, Specialist and Doctorate degree levels. Dr. Quintana holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the State University of New York College at Oswego, Master of Education in Exceptional Student Education from Florida Atlantic University, an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University and a Doctorate of Education in Child and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University.
Jack Reed, Head of Content and Consulting
Jack Reed began his career in education in the position of Bilingual Counselor for Upward Bound, a pre-college Program at the University of Maryland. In this capacity he served traditionally underserved populations in urban high schools in the Washington, DC area. He became Assistant Director and he received the Marion P. Flagg award for outstanding service to minority student and the Governor of Maryland recognized him for his service to Latino students. Jack has worked in various positions and school districts: bilingual counselor for DC Public Schools, middle school counselor in Fairfax County, VA, counselor in Broward County, FL, ESOL counselor in Montgomery County, MD, assistant principal in Montgomery County, MD, Coordinator of Guidance and Academic Advising in Broward County Public Schools. In this role he led a department of over 750 student service personnel in the sixth largest school district in the nation. He participated in the development of a Response to Intervention model that was later implemented in all schools throughout the district. Recruited by Spectrum K12, an educational software firm, Jack was instrumental in the design and implementation of data driven decision-making programs in several large districts throughout the United States (including Milwaukee and San Diego). As the Head of Content and Consulting for Promethean, he has worked with the Minister of Education in the Bahamas, Broward County Public Schools, The University of South Florida and many other educational entities. His work centers on providing educational transformation using data, technology integration, and systemic change through professional development that incorporates a transformational model. In addition, he has worked to build specific digital content aligned to Common Core, State standards, and country specific benchmarks.