Angie Grasberger

Angie has been an educator for the past 51-years both in New York and Florida. Recently retired from the Manatee County School District, Bradenton, Florida, she has held a variety of positions as a high school mathematics teacher, Career Advisor and HSTW Site Coordinator for Manatee High School.

In 2002, Angie became the Career & Technical Education Career Advisor for the School District of Manatee County and served as the SLC/Academy Project Manager overseeing the 2.1 million dollar Smaller Learning Communities (SLC) Cohort 4 Implementation Grant for the district, the Succeed Florida Academy Grants, and the Florida Matchmaker Grants. In 2007 she became the SLC Project Manager for the 7.2 million dollar Cohort 7 SLC federal grant for the six District high schools.

Angie holds a masters degree in mathematics from the Belfer Graduate School of Science, Yeshiva University, New York. She is President of the National Career Academy Coalition (NCAC).  She is also the past president of the Southeast Coalition of Essential Schools Center (SCESC) located at NOVA University in Tampa, Florida. Angie has also worked with the career academy leaders from around the country in creating the Career Academy National Standards of Practice (NSOP) and is an author of the Career Academy Self-Assessment Rubric for the NSOP.