Scott W. Jill

Mr. Jill currently serves as the executive director of Hudson River Center. He has worked with Hudson River Center on its multi-service grants with the New York State Education Department  since 1989. Through these contracts, Mr. Jill performed a variety of services including project management, training and technical assistance, and performance measurement and assessment. He focused on adult education, family literacy, corrections education, and alcohol and substance abuse.

Mr. Jill's planning and management experience supported the development, implementation, and evaluation of various initiatives under Hudson River Center's project management services. For example, he facilitated the identification and implementation of performance indicators for the NYS Even Start Family Literacy and Incarcerated Education programs.

Mr. Jill assisted in implementing the Incarcerated Education Technical Assistance Team. This team is comprised of local education administrators and correction officers who provide peer assistance to corrections education programs across New York State. Mr. Jill worked to replicate this system for welfare-to-work programs in New York.

The development, implementation, and evaluation of major conferences for Even Start Family Literacy and incarcerated education providers were led by Mr. Jill. In addition, Mr. Jill helped develop the Internet web site:  CyberLiteracy New York.

Mr. Jill has provided a range of training and technical assistance to various audiences across the state and nation. He facilitated strategic planning sessions and conducted on-site technical assistance for corrections education programs.

Performance measurement and assessment is an area in which Mr. Jill has provided extensive assistance to the NYSED. He managed the data reporting system for New York's adult basic and adult secondary education programs. He designed, implemented, and managed data reporting systems for welfare-to-work and incarcerated education programs.

Mr. Jill has facilitated focus groups to support program assessment. These activities included identifying best program delivery practices for incarcerated education and conducting focus groups to determine adult education professional development needs related to the implementation of the Workforce Investment Act.

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