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He’s number one - Alumni Profiles
June 2010 Issue
Principal Evan Glazer congratulates a winning student at the 2008 Thomas Jefferson High School Science Fair. Special photo Evan Glazer went to college to become a physicist. Or so he thought. He soon discovered an enthusiasm for helping people learn that led him to pursue a career in teaching. Now, a decade later, Glazer (PhD ’03) is still helping people learn, but these days it’s as principal of the top ranked high school in the nation. For the past three years, Glazer’s Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Va., has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the best in the nation in terms of education provided and student test scores from among more than 21,000 American public high schools. Glazer, who earned his doctorate in instructional technology from the College of Education, attributes his school’s success to its values of critical inquiry and research, problem solving, intellectual curiosity and social responsibility. “None of …
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