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A senior member of the York County School Division administration is moving on to a new job.
YCSD Director of Secondary Instruction Kipp Rogers is leaving the school division to become the chief academic officer for Norfolk Public Schools.
Rogers’ resignation was approved by the York County School Board at its meeting Monday night, and is effective June 30.
Rogers did not immediately respond to requests for comment Friday.
Rogers joined YCSD in 2010 as the school division’s director of secondary instruction. While in York County, he spearheaded the school division’s “bring your own device” technology program, which encourages students to use portable electronic devices in the classroom to assist learning.
Before coming to YCSD, Rogers worked as chief creative officer for 21C3 Leadership Development, LCC, and education consulting firm, and as a principal in Newport News Public Schools.
Rogers received a bachelor’s degree from Virginia State University, and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Old Dominion University. He received a doctorate in educational leadership and policy studies from Virginia Tech in 2009.