Juan Cordova, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary School Education, Assessment, English Language Learners, Early Childhood, Federal Programs, Professional Development, and School Improvement
Phone: (314) 953-5034
Juan Cordova serves as assistant superintendent of Elementary School Education, Assessment, English Language Learners, Early Childhood, Federal Programs, Professional Development, and School Improvement for the Hazelwood School District. Prior to moving to Missouri, Mr. Cordova served as the Director of Academic Programs for HMH Education Services in Puerto Rico, providing academic leadership for Focus/Priority Schools and SIG schools. His work as the Chief Learning Officer of Anson County Schools also focused on leading curriculum, instruction assessment and professional development work in a diverse school district. He has also served as Principal of three schools.
During his time as National Practice Manager, Data Driven Collaboration, and Senior Professional Development Associate, he led professional development work in school districts, both nationally and internationally on teaching and learning, PLCs as well as leadership.
Juan Córdova has worked in public education for more than 26 years. He previously served as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction in Grandview C4, Chief Learning Officer in Anson County Schools and a Principal in a number of schools. During his time as a Principal, a school under his leadership was recognized as a Title School of Distinction.
Mr. Córdova earned his Specialist degree from the University of Florida in Educational Leadership and is on track to complete his doctorate. His Master’s degree is in Curriculum and Instruction, and his Bachelor’s degree is in Political Science.
Mr. Córdova has supervisory responsibility for the following schools: