Dr. Scott Taylor has been an educator for over 23 years and has led schools at all levels of public education. He is currently a K-12 superintendent, teaches leadership courses at Rutgers University and serves on the Board of Directors for the New Jersey School Development Council and the New Jersey Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. His blog (click) has been recognized by Edudemic as one of "20 Education Administrator Blogs You Should Start Following Right Now." Dr. Taylor recevied his doctorate from Columbia University. Click for a complete resume.

Recent Clients

Taylor most recently helped the Somerset (New Jersey) Vocational School District develop a professional learning community plan. He has been providing ongoing consult to the Al-Ghazaly School in Jersey City, helping the faculty align curricula to the Common Core State Standards.



Guiding Principles

  • OOwnership. All of those involved in the process will play an integral role in the process and will be engendered with a meaningful sense of ownership over decision-making.

    CCollaboration. Everyone involved in the process must assume a role. It is expected that all ideas, opinions or concerns will be presented during the process and will be considered before any decisions are made.

    AApplication. The product must be implemented for the long-term. School and district leadership must commit to instituting the results of the process systemically.