Cardona

Miguel A. Cardona

Affiliations
Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, Meriden, Connecticut
Areas of Expertise:
  • K-12 Education
  • School Reform

About Miguel

Cardona is interested in attaining equitable educational outcomes through policy aimed at providing technical changes and value alignment. He develops state government and private inter-agency collaborations in order to meet shared needs. Cardona has taught university courses on creating a culture for success in a district and school system. He is a Chairperson of Connecticut’s Legislative Achievement Gap Task Force and on the Board of Directors for the Meriden-Wallingford Chrysalis Domestic Violence Services. Cardona also serves on the Minority Teacher Recruitment Committee for the Connecticut State Department of Education.

Briefs

Meeting Common Core Standards through Teamwork and Teacher Development

  • Miguel A. Cardona

Podcast

Publications

In the News

Guest to discuss the achievement gap on WNPR’s Where We Live: Housing and the Achievement Gap, Miguel A. Cardona, February 14, 2012.
"Unleashing Students from the Grip of Poverty: Providing a High-Quality Education - against the Odds - for All Students," Miguel A. Cardona (with Mark D. Benigni), District Administration Publication, April 2015.