Dr. Rodosky (Bob) earned his Ph.D at the Ohio State University in the area of Curriculum Foundations and Research. His career started as a program evaluator for the Columbus, Ohio Public Schools. From there, he became the Assistant Director of the Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University and then in 1983, was named the Executive Director of the Accountability, Research and Planning Department for the Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, Ky. After 33 years with the district, he retired as Chief of Data Management, Planning and Program Evaluation.
Under Bob's leadership, the department he led provided valid, reliable and useful information in a timely manner to federal, state and local policy makers and school district stakeholders. Over the years, he has held adjunct professor appointments at Western Michigan University, the University of Louisville and Vanderbilt University.
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