Blythe, CA (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
On July 10, 2013, Dr. Yul Whitney will be providing parents with some helpful insight on homework, and how certain steps can ensure success at home for today’s young learners. The focus of the presentation is on how parents can empower their children to not only take charge of their homework, but produce results that will lead them closer to a more fulfilling education.
Dr. Yul Whitney will be combining his years of education and extensive amount of experience in the fields of academia towards providing parents with a better understanding of the principles behind homework, and how students can better achieve their goals by approaching certain assignments in different ways.
Dr. Whitney’s extensive experience as a celebrated leader and advocate in the education system allows him to offer invaluable insight to teachers, students, and the parents of our future thinkers.
Dr. Whitney was once the Program Specialist in the Palm Springs Unified School District, overseeing the special education services for all 14 elementary schools in that district. Prior to his work in Palm Springs, he was the Director of Special Education for Coalinga-Huron Unified School District, actively supervising special education teaching staff, clerical staff, instructional aides, psychologists, nurses, and speech pathologists while collaborating with principals and general education teachers alike.
After just three short months as the Director of Human Resources for the Palo Verde Unified School District, Dr. Whitney was promoted to Assistant Superintendent. While in that capacity, he was elected as Chair of the Human Resources Council for Riverside County, representing all 23 districts in the county. He has also served as Vice-President of the Legislative Action for the Desert Association of California School Administrators, and was a member of the California Association of School Administrators for eight years.
About Dr. Yul Whitney:
Dr. Yul Whitney has been an active member in the state of California education system for over eleven years. He started off performing in a number of key administrative roles at schools throughout the state, while continually furthering his own educational pursuits.
Dr. Whitney received a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology, a Master’s degree in Guidance & Counseling and Educational Administration, and a Doctorate in Education. He holds a Pupil Personnel Services Credential as well as an Administrative Services Credential.