Manager, Project-Based Learning
Sandy Culotta joined the Southern Regional Education Board in 2010 as a school improvement consultant. She brings more than 39 years of experience working on issues of education policy and practice in the public education sector. Sandy has provided consultant services to schools and districts in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and New Jersey in the redesign of high schools based on the High Schools That Work’s (HSTW) framework. Currently, she serves as the manager of project-based learning in career pathway courses. In this role, she leads the development of the program. Prior to SREB, Sandy served as senior director of applied and integrated learning for the Milton Hershey School for six years, where she directed curriculum development PK-12 in academic and residential settings. Prior to that, she served as an assistant principal and principal of Sussex Technical High School, implementing HSTW’s framework. Sandy holds a bachelor’s in special education and early childhood education from the University of Delaware and a master’s in school administration from Salisbury University.