About Dr. Malone

Glenn 2Dr. Malone has served in a variety of roles in public education since 1982; the bulk as a Principal for over 20 years in four different districts.  During this time, Dr. Malone was selected as Pierce County’s Distinguished Principal of the Year in 2000 and was honored as the National Distinguished Principal of the Year in 2010.  Dr. Malone has led school teams to two School of Distinction Awards in 2007 and 2011 as well as winning the Closing the Achievement Gap Award in 2011.

Dr. Malone currently serves as a Chief Officer providing oversight of Assessment, Accountability, Special Education, Title I, LAP, and Health Services in the Puyallup School District.  Dr. Malone advises Governor Jay Inslee as a member of the Washington State Governor’s STEM Education Innovative Alliance.

Dr. Malone has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Puget Sound and at Pacific Lutheran University.  He served on the Professional Educational Advisory Board (PEAB) for the University of Washington Educational Psychology Program (2001-04).  Dr. Malone was the cofounder and the Program Coordinator for the Washington State University Principal and Program Administrator Certification Program serving the South Puget Sound at Puyallup (2013-2017).  This program won the 2016 Cougar Spirit of Education Award for its success in equipping over 50 educators for school leadership positions.  Dr. Malone currently heads up the implementation of an identical program in partnership with City University.

Dr. Malone is a regular consultant to the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP) most notably his work in the development of the AWSP Leadership Framework in 2013.  In addition, he worked on the Development Team in the writing of the AWSP Leadership Framework User’s Guide; this work led to his winning the AWSP Special Recognition Award.

Dr. Malone is the former Executive Director of Assessment, Accountability and Student Success.  He served a three year term on the board of the Washington Educational Research Association (WERA) as the President.  Dr. Malone’s assessment expertise led to his creation of the Smarter Balanced Symposium, a state-wide gathering of over 300 educators to promote best practices in assessment across Washington State (2015-17).

Dr. Malone is a former Director of Instructional Technology; he frequently serves as a Staff Development Specialist for the Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE).   In 2014 and again in 2015, Dr. Malone shared his instructional leadership expertise as part of the Technology Integration to Improve Teaching and Learning project (TITL), a U.S. Department of Education Grant with the Virgin Islands Department of Education.  His work provided all the principals of St. Thomas with leadership skills and strategies to implement Common Core State Standards and the required assessments with an eye on Technology Integration.

Dr. Malone’s expertise in school design is a result of his work as the lead principal in the six million dollar historical remodel of Maplewood Elementary School.  This design won multiple awards including the American Association of School Administrators Citation Award,  the Council of Educational Facility Planners/International Pinnacle Award and the American School and University Magazine – Educational Interiors Showcase Exhibition Award in 2000.  This success led to Dr. Malone’s service as the Planning Principal, working with architects to design the new educational specifications for all new school construction,  including his service as the Capital Projects Educational Technology Planner.

 

 

 

 

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Glenn 2Dr. Malone has served in a variety of roles in public education since 1982; the bulk as a Principal for over 20 years in four different districts.  During this time, Dr. Malone was selected as Pierce County’s Distinguished Principal of the Year in 2000 and was honored as the National Distinguished Principal of the Year in 2010.  Dr. Malone has led school teams to two School of Distinction Awards in 2007 and 2011 as well as winning the Closing the Achievement Gap Award in 2011.

Dr. Malone currently serves as a Chief Officer providing oversight of Assessment, Accountability, Special Education, Title I, LAP, and Health Services in the Puyallup School District.  Dr. Malone advises Governor Jay Inslee as a member of the Washington State Governor’s STEM Education Innovative Alliance.

Dr. Malone has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Puget Sound and at Pacific Lutheran University.  He served on the Professional Educational Advisory Board (PEAB) for the University of Washington Educational Psychology Program (2001-04).  Dr. Malone was the cofounder and the Program Coordinator for the Washington State University Principal and Program Administrator Certification Program serving the South Puget Sound at Puyallup (2013-2017).  This program won the 2016 Cougar Spirit of Education Award for its success in equipping over 50 educators for school leadership positions.  Dr. Malone currently heads up the implementation of an identical program in partnership with City University.

Dr. Malone is a regular consultant to the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP) most notably his work in the development of the AWSP Leadership Framework in 2013.  In addition, he worked on the Development Team in the writing of the AWSP Leadership Framework User’s Guide; this work led to his winning the AWSP Special Recognition Award.

Dr. Malone is the former Executive Director of Assessment, Accountability and Student Success.  He served a three year term on the board of the Washington Educational Research Association (WERA) as the President.  Dr. Malone’s assessment expertise led to his creation of the Smarter Balanced Symposium, a state-wide gathering of over 300 educators to promote best practices in assessment across Washington State (2015-17).

Dr. Malone is a former Director of Instructional Technology; he frequently serves as a Staff Development Specialist for the Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE).   In 2014 and again in 2015, Dr. Malone shared his instructional leadership expertise as part of the Technology Integration to Improve Teaching and Learning project (TITL), a U.S. Department of Education Grant with the Virgin Islands Department of Education.  His work provided all the principals of St. Thomas with leadership skills and strategies to implement Common Core State Standards and the required assessments with an eye on Technology Integration.

Dr. Malone’s expertise in school design is a result of his work as the lead principal in the six million dollar historical remodel of Maplewood Elementary School.  This design won multiple awards including the American Association of School Administrators Citation Award,  the Council of Educational Facility Planners/International Pinnacle Award and the American School and University Magazine – Educational Interiors Showcase Exhibition Award in 2000.  This success led to Dr. Malone’s service as the Planning Principal, working with architects to design the new educational specifications for all new school construction,  including his service as the Capital Projects Educational Technology Planner.

 

 

 

 

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