Scott has been an educator since 1992 and has led schools at all levels of public education. He is a chief school administrator/superintendent and adjunct professor at Rutgers University and Montclair University, co-creator and faculty of the Academy for Social-Emotional Learning in Schools (click). Scott's blog (http://successfulschools.blogspot.com) was recognized in 2005 by Edudemic as an "Education Administrator Blog you Should Start Following Right Now." He received his doctorate from Columbia University, and his Master's and undergraduate degrees from Rutgers University.
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Scott was recognized by the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education in 2017 for his highly respected work as an adjunct professor, being given the Excellence in Educational Leadership Award- University Council for Educational Administration. His work to promote curriculum excellence was called out by the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development when he was named an NJASCD Outstanding Young Educator
Service to the community is another hallmark of Scott's career. Rotary International honored him as a Paul Harris Fellow in 2013.
Scott started competing in triathlons late in life (age 43) after he realized the importance of self-care. He is a three-time Ironman Triathlon All World Athlete and has run the New York City Marathon multiple times. Click here for photos.