Dr. Sam Redding honored for 50 years of service in the field of education

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[September 01, 2018] 

LINCOLN 

This week, Academic Development Institute (ADI) recognized its founder and past Executive Director, Dr. Sam Redding, for 50 years of service in the field of education.

Dr. Redding was recognized with an inscribed globe, representing his world-wide career, and a luncheon.

Dr. Redding began his educational work in Leroy, teaching a special education classroom. He also served as the Dean of Lincoln College before beginning his own non-profit business, ADI, in Lincoln, in 1984.

Dr. Redding has travelled all over the United States working from the classroom to state departments of education. He was chosen by the U.S. Department of Education to travel to Japan to present ideas on school improvement. He has also worked in Puerto Rico and most recently, in the Virgin Islands.

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He is pictured with an educator in the Virgin Islands from a recent trip working on the Virgin Island Department of Educationís system of support to their schools.

Dr. Redding has received cards and emails from all over the country congratulating him on this milestone.

[Pam Sheley]

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