Jared Myracle has served as the Chief Academic Officer in Jackson-Madison County Schools – his hometown district, where he attended school from kindergarten through 12th grade – since July, 2017. Previously, Jared was was an assistant director of schools in McNairy County, TN, and a school and district administrator in Gibson County Special School District, after beginning his career as a middle and high school social studies teacher.
Jared also spent nearly two years as an instructional support provider at D2D (later Instruction Partners). In this capacity, he worked with more than 15 districts on their curriculum and instruction plans, giving him a window into curriculum implementation across the country.
Hear From Jared
Jared has shared outcomes from Jackson-Madison’s work with high-quality curriculum in the last school year:
- Curriculum overhaul marks new era, path for district in The Jackson Sun
- Jackson-Madison County School System sees dramatic increase in phonics test scores by kindergarteners (press release)
- Students show above-average growth on math skills test (press release)
You can also hear more about Jared’s curriculum work in his blog The Urgency I Feel Around Instruction – and Why I Look to Curriculum.
Jared is on Twitter at @JaredMyracle.
Jared would be glad to connect about these high-quality curricula which are used in Jackson-Madison:
6-12 ELA: LearnZillion Louisiana Guidebooks (Tier 1 on Louisiana Believes in grades 6–8)