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Mr. Wiley Brazier, V
Mr. Brazier is an award winning veteran Educator who has served as a Science Teacher, Secondary Principal and Central Office Administrator for district and state agencies. He was the Founding Principal of the Lewisville Night High School in Lewisville, Texas. Under his leadership the school made a major positive impact for at-risk and non-traditional students in the district which led to him replicating his efforts in Dallas ISD where he was also the Founding Principal of the John Leslie Patton, Jr. Academic Center. This school helped Dallas ISD to reach its largest graduation cohort at that time.
He is a leadership & technology integration consultant as well as a featured speaker for conferences across the United States and Canada. He is the co-founder of #LaEdChat, Louisiana’s online professional learning network (Established in 2014) held every first & third Tuesday from 7pm-8pm on Twitter. As Principal of McKinley Middle Academic Magnet School, in 2014-15, Mr. Brazier earned a letter grade of A from the Louisiana Department of Education and purchased the first set of Chromebooks in East Baton Rouge Parish School System. Since then he has led all Chromebook pilots for the district's 1:1 Initiative which now impacts students across the district with over 30,000 Chromebooks.
Mr. Brazier holds multiple educational and industry based certifications and serves an ambassador for the future of leadership in K-12 education. Among other awards, he was selected to receive the 2019 ISTE Education Leaders Network Award for Exemplary Leadership. This award recognizes an education leader who sets the essential conditions necessary for teachers and students to leverage technology to enhance learning.