Stanley B. Whiteman III, Ed.D., is the director of curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology and LEA for the Duquesne City School District and has been successfully involved in the education field for nearly 20 years as a teacher, a coach, administrator and mentor.

Dr. Whiteman began his career with the district in 2007 as a health and physical education teacher. He also served as the athletic director and middle school football coach, leading the team to an undefeated season in 2009 and 2011.

In 2012, Dr. Whiteman began his transition from the classroom to an administrative role by serving as a co-director of the Student Services Department and then as the assistant to the superintendent, responsible for district transportation, curricular programming, professional development and district-wide data.

From 2014-2017, Dr. Whiteman served as the assistant principal and associate principal of Duquesne Elementary School. During this time, his responsibilities encompassed processing student discipline, evaluating teachers, assisting with the implementation of a1:1 initiative and providing professional development in a number of areas.

Beginning in July 2018, Dr. Whiteman assumed the role of director of curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology and LEA. He is also the district representative for students who attend cyber school and he supervises facilities and maintenance. He has worked diligently to improve practices in all of these areas and improved a variety of systems that allows the district operate more efficiently. Dr. Whiteman can be found on Twitter @StanWhiteman.

Dr. Whiteman is a husband of 16 years to his wife Karen and a father to three boys, Blake, Bradyn and Brett. His personal interests include spending time with his family, playing ice hockey and coaching his sons’ hockey teams.

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