Dan Ceaser, head of school for the Hershorin Schiff Community Day School, recently served on the instructional staff for the prestigious Art of Leadership program at Harvard University. Ceaser, who served as a facilitator overseeing a cohort of principals selected to participate in the program, was one of just a few school leaders nationwide selected to teach this year. This annual program is one of the flagship institutes for the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Ceaser began his tenure at Community Day (formerly Goldie Feldman Academy) in July 2015 and, under his leadership, the student population has grown significantly. He is a graduate of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and the Fisher School Leadership Institute at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from American University and a Bachelor of Arts from Colorado College.
About the Hershorin Schiff Community Day School
The mission of the Hershorin Schiff Community Day School, which serves children in preschool through eighth grade, is to prepare students of all faiths to impact the world through academic excellence, global citizenship, and compassionate action. Community Day offers a rigorous, project-based academic program in a diverse and vibrant learning environment rooted in the Jewish values of honesty, integrity, mutual trust and respect. For more information, visit the website at CommunityDay.org or call (941) 552-2770.