Dr. Trevor T. Ivey, NBCT
Trevor Ivey has 13 years of K-12 and higher education experience as a Title I teacher who pushed students to achieve unprecedented levels of academic and personal growth. He has also served as principal and assistant principal of Willow Drive Elementary, Alice Drive Middle, as a director of Teacher Recruitment and Retention for Sumter School District, and district ADEPT 4.0 and SLO trainer. This Top Teacher — locally and for the state — led 46 teachers to pursue National Board Certification and organized the STEM Professional Learning Community: 10 schools working to obtain the AdvancED STEM Certification.
A public school graduate, Trevor holds education degrees from the University of South Carolina, South Carolina State University and Harvard University and is National Board Certified. His dissertation focused on measuring STEM literacy by assessing changes over time in students’ knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions. He serves on the USC Alumni Association Council, Central Carolina Technical College Foundation Board and is an Evening Optimist. He serves on the state’s School Improvement Council and completed the SC Education Policy Fellowship. His research interests include teacher quality, educational policy, STEM education, and family engagement.