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Shannon Duling

Princeville, Illinois
Mr. Duling spent two years at Eureka College before completing his degree in Elementary Education at Illinois State University in 1994, followed by his Master’s degree in Educational Administration, also from Illinois State University in 1997 and his Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Organization and Leadership from the University of Illinois in Champaign, in 2007. Mr. Duling is currently in his 23rd year in education and has taught third and fifth grades, as well as served as Assistant Elementary Principal, Assistant High School Principal, Elementary Principal, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and Superintendent. Mr. Duling is in his sixth year as Superintendent of the Princeville Community Unit School District 326, a small rural District just outside of Peoria, Illinois. During his tenure at Princeville, the District has made great strides in aligning curriculum to the Illinois Learning Standards, embracing the use of technology in all classrooms, including a K-12 one-to-one initiative based on the use of Chromebooks and Google for Education, and passing an $8.2 million dollar referendum for much needed electric updates to the elementary school and new science labs, a 21st century junior high addition, and a new gymnasium at the high school. Princeville has been working through the Future Ready Framework since January, 2016 and has found the program to help “connect the dots” throughout all aspects of their instructional planning.

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