Michael Soguero has been a leader in education reform since 1993 when he was a founding member of Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center (PDC) development team in Estes Park, Colo. Michael became the co-director of the School for the Physical City in New York City and later the founder and director of the Bronx Guild where his work was held up as an exemplar of effective small school leadership. Michael served as a lead facilitator for the Scaffolded Apprenticeship Model (SAM) program within the New York City Leadership Academy where he sharpened his facilitation skills, his broad understanding of urban school reform and the power of dynamic leadership as a means to reform schools and change the lives of students. After nearly 10 years in New York City, Michael returned to Eagle Rock as the director of professional development in the summer of 2006.
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My rock is my wife, Cynthia.
I really love warm weather.
I’m really moved by commercials designed to make you cry.
My favorite thing about Eagle Rock is our willingness to build around how people learn rather than duplicate what schools look like.
Students inspire me when they take leadership.