Spartanburg Academic Movement (SAM) recently announced that Dr.Glen Carson has joined our nonprofit organization to further develop our data management efforts. He comes with a wealth of experience within the education system, where he was instrumental as a professional educator and administrator for over 37 years.
Carson’s expertise will allow us to effectively administer an educational data base essential to support the agenda of SAM and our county-wide partners.
John Stockwell, SAM’s Executive Director, notes that “Dr. Carson’s experience and knowledge of academic data systems provide a key addition to the SAM team. His work will further enable the Spartanburg Academic Movement’s agenda to improve academic achievement at every stage of learning, cradle to career.”
Dr. Carson comments, “I am excited to start a new challenge at SAM and look forward to working with the SAM staff and its partner networks to advance academic achievement across Spartanburg County.”
During his years as a professional educator, Dr. Carson has taught mathematics, sciences and research at middle school, high school and university levels. In addition, he has served as an administrator at USC Upstate and in Spartanburg School District Four. His appointment with SAM is concurrent with a joint appointment in Spartanburg District Seven. Dr. Carson holds a Bachelor’s degree from Clemson University, a Master’s degree from Furman University and a Doctorate from the University of South Carolina.