Dr. Todd Keruskin is currently the Vice President of Professional Learning Services at McGraw Hill. Dr. Keruskin was the superintendent of Elizabeth Forward School District in Elizabeth, PA for five years and an assistant superintendent nine years prior. Elizabeth Forward School District was named a Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools, one of thirteen districts in the country named as an AASA Lighthouse School District and Apple, Inc. named all schools within the district as Apple Distinguished Schools.
Dr. Keruskin was a high school principal and assistant principal at Baldwin-Whitehall High School and a Dean of Students and assistant principal at McKeesport Area High School. Dr. Keruskin started his career as a physics and math teacher at McKeesport Area High School. Dr. Keruskin was a LearnLab fellow in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also was a visiting professional in the Entertainment Technology Center. Additionally, he served as a Grable Foundation fellow for one year supporting school districts in the Pittsburgh region around K-12 making, K-12 computer science, personalized learning and the SMALLab initiative.
Dr. Keruskin received a Digital Innovation in Learning Award in Silicon Valley, CA given by EdSurge and Digital Promise, in the “Learning Ninja” category, for his work in remaking teaching and learning. Dr. Keruskin worked with the White House on scaling the maker movement across country in schools and on a 10-year STEM plan for schools across the country. THE Journal recognized Dr. Keruskin as one of the top innovative administrators in the country.
Dr. Keruskin is a member of the Remake Learning Cabinet.