Serving as the Vice President and Chief Learning Officer since 2014, Robert-Wayne works directly with school and district leaders on the latest innovations in technology education to bolster teacher pedagogy and ensure quality in not only technical implementation, but also in instructional execution.
For over 27 years, he has worked in almost every capacity in the field of education – from TA, to history teacher, to Superintendent of Schools. In all his roles, Robert-Wayne has worked relentlessly to increase the academic performance of teachers and students alike. Under his direct leadership as Superintendent of Schools, Roosevelt SD was the only district to be removed from state oversight after being declared a New York State Takeover District. Some of his previous roles have included: Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, School Improvement, Professional Development, and Planning for Freeport SD; Associate Director for the Long Island Regional School Support Center; and Educational Planning Administrator for Nassau BOCES. He holds 2 Master’s in Education and is currently working on his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. With his vast knowledge of professional development and his passion for educational technology, Robert-Wayne remains a positive force in the educational community.