Prepare your students for tomorrow’s high growth jobs with Microsoft in education

Prepare your students for tomorrow’s high growth jobs with Microsoft in education

Event status:On Demand (Access Now) Date and time:Wednesday, March 18, 2015 1:00 pm
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In this webinar learn how Microsoft technologies create an environment for performance based learning, assessment and proven relevancy in tomorrow’s workplace

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Bishop Wendell Bernard Sumter

Motivator. Twenty-first Century Educator. Profound Leader. Pastor


Wendell B. Sumter hails from the Palmetto State of Columbia, SC, the Capital City of the Carolinas! He has devoted his entire professional career to public education and preparing students for the next realm of academic excellence.

Mr. Sumter holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Morris College and a Master’s Degree of Education from the University of SC.

A twenty year veteran, Mr. Sumter has taught second, fourth, and sixth Grade. Leaving the classroom, Mr. Sumter moved into a leadership role where he served as an Assistant Principal for Lower Richland High School in Hopkins South Carolina for five years. He furthered his career by taking on the role as Principal in Chester County at Great Falls Middle School. He is currently serving as the Principal of Great Falls Elementary School, Great Falls, SC. Under his leadership, he has been able to take faculty, staff, and students from good to great and from great to world class achievers!

Mr. Sumter is a motivational speaker, faculty and staff morale booster, and a confident and proven leader. He has spoken at many schools and professional conferences. He believes every child can learn and every child must learn to compete with students world-wide. Mr. Sumter masterfully practices the art of educating and preparing students to achieve the unreachable

Tony Franklin, Education Solutions Executive, Microsoft