Dr. Glenn Maleyko

Community Forums on High School Boundary Line Changes begin this week, Advanced Ed State Conference, and a community Video from Last weekend.

High School Boundary Line Community Forums. These are very important and we encourage community participation. 

Click Here for a link to the Schedule

Click Here for the Press Release. 

Dearborn School Improvement (SIP) Process is on the Cutting Edge and we are a State Leader with the implementation of this model.  Ms. Fatme Faraj the Director of School Improvement and I gave a presentation at the State Advanced Ed Conference. We published an article in the District Administration Publication that went out to over 300,000 subscribers nationwide. Advanced at Saw this article and asked us to present. The presentation was well received and other school district are very interested in our cutting edge model.

Leaders in a Michigan school district have adopted a school improvement plan focused on an evidence-based approach. In this commentary, district leaders Fatme Faraj and Glenn Maleyko describe how they implement the approach. Click here to access the published Article: District leaders tap research for improvement

Click Here for the Presentation that was given at the Conference on Thursday October 20. 

Click Here for to sign up for the School Improvement Plan (SIP Blog)

Click Here for a link to a Happenings Video on the SIP process. 

A Blast from the Past. We found a video going back to 2006 during the inception of the School Improvement Process in Dearborn. Click Here to view the video. We all looked a lot younger.  I was the principal at Salina Intermediate during the time that this video was taped. Click Here to View the Video. 


Click Here to View a Video from a Community Meeting that I attended at Al-Ameer on October 14.  Thank you to Mr. Alie, Mr. Alawieh and the Entire Group for making me feel very welcome. The video was already shared on facebook last week.