Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders | NEUBAUER FELLOW RICHARD GORDON RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS STATE AND NATIONAL AWARDS
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NEUBAUER FELLOW RICHARD GORDON RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS STATE AND NATIONAL AWARDS

03 Aug NEUBAUER FELLOW RICHARD GORDON RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS STATE AND NATIONAL AWARDS

Paul Robeson High School for Human Services’ Principal Richard M. Gordon, IV (2017 Cohort)  is the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Service to Education Award from the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and the Pennsylvania Principals Association Principal of the Year.  Principal Gordon has led Robeson since 2013.  Superintendent Dr. William Hite said, “From the moment he arrived at the District, Principal Gordon’s enthusiasm for creating a positive learning and instructional environment has yielded wonderful results.  We are very fortunate to have him here and look forward to even greater success for his students and the entire school community.”  Principal Gordon is credited with developing a model program for college and career readiness and achieving a 95% graduation rate.  As the Pennsylvania state winner, Principal Gordon will be a nominee for the NASSP National Principal of the Year award.       

Read more about Principal Gordon here and view his television interview here.