Cleveland School Director Wins UT Award

Cleveland, TN (WDEF) – The University of Tennessee is recognizing the director of Cleveland City Schools.

Martin Ringstaff wins the University Council for Educational Administration Excellence in Educational Leadership Award.

Officials site Ringstaff’s "masterful use of educational theory to inform professional practice."

The award recognizes school administrators who have made significant contributions to improve administrator preparation.

"As director of Cleveland City Schools, he shares his knowledge and experience with practitioners, scholars and students and has been instrumental in the development of future leaders. He oversees a school system of 5,320 students, 804 faculty and staff, and an annual budget of $41.8 million."

Ringstaff holds a doctor of education from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He is an adjunct instructor at the university and the administration internship supervisor for master’s and doctoral candidates.

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