Leaders Advancing Learning
|ADES Elects New President|
|Written by John Christie|
|Tuesday, 29 November 2011 11:10|
PRESS RELEASE: ASSOCIATION OF DIRECTORS OF EDUCATION IN SCOTLAND ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT
The Association of Directors of Education in Scotland will now be led for the next 2 years by Scottish Borders Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, Glenn Rodger. He succeeds Leslie Manson of Orkney Council who commented, “Glenn will bring continuity and energy to the important role of leading the top managers and leaders in Scottish education, and influencing policy and strategy at a national level.” Glenn currently chairs the working group charged with implementing the Donaldson report on teacher education and is a member of the Rural Schools Commission. Glenn will be supported by the newly elected Vice President, Ken Greer Executive Director of Education for Fife Council.
ADES is an independent professional network for leaders and managers in education and children’s services. We inform and influence education and children’s services policy in Scotland working in partnership with local and national government and other agencies. We also offer a wide range of professional development activities and opportunities for our members. We are committed to improving educational provision in Scotland to ensure that all young people fulfill their potential and achieve positive destinations and outcomes.
ADES website: www.adescotland.org.uk
Contact: John Stodter, ADES General Secretary
078 176 11607
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 December 2011 22:31|