LEADING SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT APPOINTED AS CEO OF PROJECT LEAD THE WAY
Clifton Park, NY - The Board of Directors of Project Lead The Way (PLTW), the nation’s leading middle and high school STEM curriculum program, named Vince Bertram as its chief executive officer. Bertram is currently the superintendent of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC), Indiana’s third largest school district serving nearly 23,000 students.
Jim Rahn, member of the PLTW Board of Directors and president of the Kern Family Foundation, said he is looking forward to seeing PLTW flourish and grow under Bertram’s leadership. “The Project Lead The Way Board is delighted to bring Vince on as the new CEO,” Rahn said. “He has a proven track record of bringing vision, leadership, and collaboration to the organizations he has led. PLTW has emerged as the most robust STEM education program in the United States. We are confident that with Vince’s leadership, the PLTW team will take program quality and reach to the next level.”
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