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Summer Principals Academy
The Education Leadership Program in the Department of Organization and Leadership
Maximilian Andre Cole teaches 10th and 11th grade Algebra with Advanced Trigonometry and Geometry at Manley Career Academy High School, which serves a predominantly African-American population on Chicago's West-side. In this position, he serves as an educator, teacher representative for the Local School Council, Boy’s Cross Country coach, Assistant Head Basketball coach for the Boy’s Varsity team, Boy’s Track and Field coach, co-sponsor of the African-American Male Initiative at Manley, co-sponsor of the Sophomore Class, and Union Delegate for the Chicago Teachers Union. Previously, Maximilian has helped students get acclimated to high school through a Freshmen Seminar course, assisted students with constructing feasible post-secondary plans through a Senior Seminar course, augmented students' appreciation for African-American achievements through an African-American Studies class, supported students with the development of their communication skills through a rigorous English class, and helped students demonstrate competency regarding Common Core State Standards in both Algebra and Geometry. Lastly, Maximilian aspires to garner comprehensive information pertaining to the functions, performance, and overall interworkings of an effective principal while at the Summer Principals Academy at Teachers College, Columbia University.