Co-Director of the Superintendent Development Program
Jason A. Andrews, EdD is the superintendent of Windsor Central School District and the 2019 NYS Superintendent of the Year. Previously, he served as a high school teacher and middle school principal. In his current role, he focuses on systemic implementation of professional learning communities (PLCs) as the vehicle to ensure student learning and a culture of continuous improvement. He is also an adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego and Binghamton University. Dr. Andrews serves as the Co-Director of the NYS Superintendents Development Program where he has also served as Superintendent Faculty for a number of years. He has also been appointed to the SUNY Broome Community College Board of Trustees.
Dr. Andrews is a leader among superintendents and currently serves on executive committees for the NYS Council of School Superintendents, the NYS Education Commissioner's Advisory Council, and the National Center for Educational Research and Technology National Board. In addition, he facilitates Board of Education strategic planning sessions and retreats across New York State for the NYS School Boards Association. Dr. Andrews served on the Board of Education for the Harpursville Central School District from 1993 to 2000. He also serves on numerous community boards and committees, with a particular emphasis on issues related to workforce development and poverty.