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Brian Colomban


Brian serves as the Assistant Superintendent for Data and Instruction in the Diocese of Rockville Centre in Long Island, New York.  He oversees curriculum development, supports instructional practices, and defines school and Diocesan-wide goals through assessment data for all 31 elementary schools across Nassau and Suffolk counties.

He has implemented a number of new programs in his three years in this role, including a yearlong, Middle School project-based-learning initiative, a Response to Intervention pilot program, and has reimagined the Curriculum Lead Team, which is comprised of over 30 highly effective teachers from across Long Island’s Catholic Schools.  

Brian has spent his entire 15 year career in Catholic education, and before his current role served as a principal and teacher.  He brings a unique perspective as a private-sector educational leader, though his experience in curriculum development and team building would be a support to any building or district leader across the spectrum of education.

Brian has presented on data-driven decision making at multiple conferences, including the 2023 ACE Conference hosted at Notre Dame University and at the 2024 NCEA Conference in Pittsburgh.  Brian holds a BA in English and Creative Writing from Binghamton University, an M.S. Ed. in 7-12 Adolescent Education from St. John’s University, and an Advanced Certificate in School Building and School District Leadership from Hunter College. 

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