John VanWagoner


Dr. John VanWagoner has worked in education for over 26 years as a high school teacher, school administrator, instructional specialist, high school redesign manager, legislative liaison for the Michigan Department of Education, Associate Superintendent at the county level, and his current role as the Superintendent of Traverse City Area Public Schools (Michigan). He holds a B.A. in Secondary Education from Saginaw Valley State University (MI), M.S. in K-12 Education Studies from Michigan State University, M.A. in K-12 Educational Leadership, and a Ph.D. in K-12 Education Leadership from Western Michigan University. He is also a past fellow of the Washington D.C. based Institute for Educational Leadership’s Education Policy Fellowship Program.

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Day 1
January 24, 2024
3:00 pm

Unlocking Hidden Funding: Maximizing Energy Bonds for Infrastructure Improvements [Teaching & Learning]

24 January
Time:  3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Location:  LaSalle B (Level 5)

If you are facing difficulties passing a bond or if inflation is adversely affecting its value, it is important not to panic. There are alternative financial mechanisms available to improve your learning environment and upgrade your infrastructure. Our panel of qualified superintendents will share their unique experience and discuss effective strategies for overcoming funding limitations using a Guaranteed Energy Performance Contract.

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