Robert Taylor has been named president of the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. He serves as superintendent of Lebanon Community School Corp. June 10, 2014
LEBANON, Ind. – The Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents has elected Robert L. Taylor, Ed.D, Superintendent of Lebanon Community School Corporation as its 2014-2015 President. Dr. Taylor will serve in the position for a year and represent all 288 of Indiana's public school superintendents. IAPSS is a professional and legislative advocacy group representing the states K-12 public administrators. He will take over the post at a public swearing in ceremony Friday June 13th in The Herman B. Wells Center at Lebanon High School. “There's no greater honor as an educator than to be selected by your peers to lead a body such as this,” says Superintendent Taylor. “My goal is simple; to promote the critical work that is being done by every public school superintendent in every possible way here in the state of Indiana.”
Taylor is a third generation public school educator who believes the art of teaching is the noblest of professions. He's served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal at the high school, middle school and elementary school levels in the U.S. and in Europe where he oversaw DOD Education in Germany. Robert was awarded a Doctorate of Education degree in Leadership and Policy, from Indiana University, an M.S.Ed School Administration degree from Indiana University, and a B.S. in elementary education from Olivet Nazarene University. Dr. Taylor not only takes prides in being a life-long educator with the best interest of young people in mind but tries to be a person of quality, integrity and commitment who's willing to make tough decisions and work with all parties to solve tough problems. Superintendent Taylor is married and has two sons Matthew and Cole who are graduates of I.U. and Purdue
Source: Lebanon Community School Corp.