McDaniel College announces Al Moyer as the new coordinator of the master’s degree program in educational leadership at the college. He also serves as a lecturer in the program.
Moyer is leading the same program at McDaniel that he graduated from in 1992 with a master’s degree in school administration and entry-level certification as principal.
Moyer has served for 36 years in public schools in Adams, York and Cumberland counties, Pa., including as teacher, principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent. As superintendent, he led two school districts in Hanover, Pa., and, most recently, South Middleton in Boiling Springs, Pa. He has also taught at Wilson College, Shippensburg University and York College of Pennsylvania.
A Gettysburg-area native, he graduated from New Oxford High School in 1977. He earned a bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania in 1981. In addition to his degree from McDaniel, he has an elementary teaching certification from Gettysburg College and an Ed.D. in educational leadership from Immaculata University.
Professional affiliations include the National Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals, National Middle School Association, Pennsylvania Staff Development Council, Pennsylvania School Board Association and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
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