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Dr. Jerry R. Burkett has been working in education for 13 years serving in a variety of roles from teacher to elementary school administrator and now director of college and career readiness partnerships.

He received his doctorate in educational leadership from Dallas Baptist University with specialization in alternative and traditional certification and its relationship to classroom management. He earned a Master of Educational Administration degree from Dallas Baptist University in 2004 and his Bachelor of Science in Education from Baylor University in 1999.

Dr. Burkett served as a social studies grant coordinator in Fort Worth Independent School District and was responsible for management of a grant from the Department of Education aimed at fostering the development of teacher knowledge in United States History in grades 5, 8, and 11.

He has served as an advocate for education writing and speaking on educational topics ranging from school finance to educational issues in the classroom. He was featured on the Scott Braddock Show on News FM 92 and has been featured in the “SchoolPriorityMinute” produced by “Make Education a Priority“. He was recently appointed as an official delegate to the College Board College Scholarship Service Assembly.

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