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Teaching Talent: A Visionary Framework for Human Capital in Education

reviewed by Scott Hollinger - November 03, 2010

coverTitle: Teaching Talent: A Visionary Framework for Human Capital in Education
Author(s): Rachel E. Curtis and Judy Wurtzel (eds.)
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 193474249X, Pages: 256, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 03, 2010
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16223, Date Accessed: 9/19/2021 9:18:59 PM

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  • Scott Hollinger
    The University of Texas

    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    SCOTT HOLLINGER, Ed.D., attended The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, graduating with a BA in languages and a BS in education. While teaching Spanish in an inner-city middle school, he continued at The Ohio State University, studying deaf education and graduating with his MA degree. Deaf education brought Scott to Memorial High School in McAllen, Texas, where he taught English and math, and served as chair of the special education department. In 1989, Scott began his studies in Mid-Management at the then-Pan American University. Scott took the central office position of Supervisor of the Regional School for the Deaf in 1989, became principal of Fields Elementary School in 1994, and then principal of McAuliffe Elementary School in 1998, all in the McAllen (Texas) Independent School District. During this time, he began his doctoral work, graduating from The University of Texas–Pan American in 2000. A highlight in Dr Hollinger’s professional career, he was named the National Distinguished Principal of Texas in 2003. He was selected as founding principal of IDEA Quest College Preparatory School, a charter school, in 2005. Dr Hollinger is a part-time instructor with Department of Educational Leadership at The University of Texas and a part-time instructor and Internship Coach for the Summer Principals Academy of Teachers College, Columbia University.

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