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Craig Drennon, Ph.D.

Senior Scholar
864.760.9657
craig.drennon@ngu.edu
Unit: Center for Educational Leadership and Research
Location: Tigerville, SC

  • Professional Experience

    Craig Drennon is a senior scholar with the Center for Educational Leadership Research. During his forty-plus years as an educator, he has been a teacher, a professor, a coach, and an administrator at every level of education. Dr. Drennon has also served as a Turn-Around Specialist for the South Carolina State Department of Education improving unsatisfactory schools throughout South Carolina. He has also served as a Professional Development Associate with the Leadership and Learning Center in Denver, Colorado, and has worked with schools and districts in over 25 states including Alaska. A graduate of the rigorous South Carolina State Leadership Executive Institute, and a certified trainer for the Steven Covey program, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”, Dr. Drennon has extensive training and experience in administrative leadership, balanced literacy and math instruction, curriculum design, alignment of standards and instruction, and assessment. He is a highly regarded national consultant and trainer.

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