Cassandra Palsgrove is a program administrator in the Ohio Department of Education’s Center for Teaching, Leading and Learning. She focuses on programs and projects to help connect Ohio’s business and education sectors, including Ohio’s Career Connections and SuccessBound programs. As a former agriculture teacher at Bloom-Carroll High School, she engaged students in meaningful experiential learning opportunities, including work-based learning placements and project-based learning. She fostered local industry partnerships and oversaw a career pathway business advisory council. Cassandra completed her master's degree in educational administration at The Ohio State University and earned her grades 4-12 principal license. She and her husband Brent live in Fairfield County with their two children.
You can reach Cassandra Palsgrove at Cassandra.Palsgrove@education.ohio.gov. Read all of her blogs here.
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