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Michelle Magyar

Michelle Magyar
Senior Manager, Training

Dr. Magyar is a Senior Manager of Training for the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, where she will help lead the training and professional development on the relationship between the LCAP and the California School Dashboard.

Prior to joining the CCEE, Dr. Magyar served as the LCFF Project Manager for the State Board of Education. She also served as an Administrator and Consultant with the California Department of Education. In these roles, Dr. Magyar coordinated a multi-agency project delivery team to develop the LCFF evaluation rubrics, assisted with the development of Title 5 California Code of Regulations to enact the LCFF expenditure funds and LCAP template, and staffed the State Superintendent of Public Instruction on CSU Board of Trustees and UC Regents.

Dr. Magyar previously worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the California State University, Long Beach where she was the coordinator of the undergraduate degree option in Coaching/Sport Psychology and the graduate degree option in Sport and Exercise Psychology. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of California at Berkeley, her Master of Science degree in kinesiology from Purdue University, her Doctorate of Philosophy degree in kinesiology from Michigan State University, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research examines the learning and development of achievement patterns and social behaviors in sport and physical activity to better understand the ways the physical domain contributes to lifespan development.

Contact:
Email: mmagyar@ccee-ca.org
Phone: (916) 469-5648

Announcements

3/28:   Proposed Requirements and Draft Criteria for PLNs and Network Lites
12/9:   Senior Manager Position Opening
9/16:   Revised PD Plan Release for Public Review and Comment
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