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CM201-U Selects New Superintendent
Nathaniel Cunningham, Jr.

Superintendent Nathaniel Cunningham, Jr.

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Nathaniel Cunningham, Jr.  
Central Services
Title: Superintendent of Schools
Phone: 708-367-8310
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Superintendent Nathaniel Cunningham, Jr.


Education

  • Ed.S., Educational Administration, Eastern Illinois University 
  • M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, Chapman University
  • B.S., Psychology, University at Albany-SUNY

Certification

  • Superintendent Endorsement, Eastern Illinois University

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources (McLean County Unit No. 5 Schools)
  • High School Principal (Ball Chatham Schools)
  • Associate Principal (Rantoul Township High School District)
  • Assistant Principal (Rantoul Township High School District)
  • Middle School Teacher (Danville District 118 Schools)

Professional Organizations

  • American Association of School Administrators
  • Illinois Association of School Administrators
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • Learning Forward (formally National Staff Development Council)
  • National Association of Secondary School Principals

Educational Philosophy

  • Every child should have the right to learn and receive a quality education.
  • As an educational leader, I must be responsible so that I am the catalyst for change.
  • I strive to reflect leadership skills that are based on servant leadership, organizational trust, and collaboration.
  • We must all provide a motivational framework for each learning opportunity.
  • All students should experience personal success in their educational experience. Effective educators must be lifelong learners and create that spirit within their students.
  • Regardless of a student’s background, schools must be continually responsive to changes in instructional practices and the learning needs of students.
  • All educators should provide an environment where children and families from different cultural backgrounds feel welcomed and accepted.
  • Children learn through support -- both in and out of the classroom.
  • Educators should always strive to move beyond the simple divulging of facts and knowledge and the training of certain skills; students must be able to see that adults care about them.
  • All educators are models for learning, for respectful and cooperative relationships, and for solving problems peacefully. A teacher’s attitude is a key ingredient to success.
 

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