Brian Curry is an Arroyo Research Services Senior Associate. His work for Arroyo Research Services includes project development and leadership, program evaluation, strategic planning, and analysis of complex education policy issues for PK-20 education organizations. He served as a project lead for the Collier County Migrant Education Program Evaluation, and has been a contributor to projects that include the Fort Wayne Community Schools Programs of Study Review, Huntsville One-to-One study, Maine Migrant Education Program Evaluation, Texas Dropout Recovery Pilot Program Evaluation, Ohio Synchronous Interactive Video Distance Learning project, and Ohio Enhancing Education Through Technology evaluation. Curry helped secure more than $3.5 million in state and federal grants to support university/K-12 education services for the University of South Florida, where he also served as Director of the Regions III & IV NCLB Regional Technical Assistance Center and the federally funded PT3 TECH Initiative (Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology). He has worked as a Senior Policy Analyst for the SouthEastern Regional Education Lab (SERVE), the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), in Washington, DC, the Florida Department of Education, and for the Education Division of Arthur Andersen & Co (Andersen Consulting).
Mr. Curry has over 20 years working in education policy and evaluation at the national, state, regional and local levels and has consulted broadly on the planning, evaluation, analysis, and implementation of educational technology projects, education reform, and educational professional development. His recent clients include the Florida Department of Education, Milken Exchange on Educational Technology, Miami Museum of Science, South Florida Annenberg Challenge Grant, University of South Florida College of Education, Metiri Group, and the Florida Educational Technology Corporation. Specific projects include evaluation of principal training programs, evaluation of student technology training programs, grant project development, development of the Technology Global Profiling for Schools System, and review of technology in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Curry is a member of the Florida Educational Technology Corporation’s Board of Directors where he served as the 2004-2005 FETC Vice President.