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Miriam Rube

Miriam Rube earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s in Guidance and Counseling.  She is completing the final requirements for a doctorate in Instructional Leadership and Management. She has been awarded fellowships to attend numerous seminars at Harvard University and Bar Ilan University on leadership, brain research, and professional growth. Since entering the education field in 1983, Ms. Rube gained in-classroom experience before her transition to education management and administration in 1991. During her tenure as principal, Ms. Rube was appointed to three-year term on the Harvard Advisory Council for the Harvard Graduate School of Education and served as a member of Harvard's Principals' Center Advisory Board. "At the core of my life's decisions is my commitment to the highest-quality education," she says. "Under my administration, students are encouraged and supported in their exploration and learning process with the highest expectations of performance and accountability."

As the Founding Principal of the first public charter school in the United States to teach Hebrew in a dual curriculum, Ms. Rube wrote the 1,800 lesson plans to submit for approval determined to succeed for her students.  Using her training from AdvancEd and as a Board member of the Association of Independent Schools of Florida, Ms. Rube recognizes strengths, addresses areas to improve and discovers options for greater efficiency in delivering a quality educational environment to the students.  With 21 years in brick and mortar, online, public and private leadership settings, a blended perspective meets students in their world of learning.

Committed to the concept in action to strengthen the Jewish community, Ms. Rube served as president of the Principals and Administrators Council of Jewish Day Schools for the tri-county area of South Florida. These schools served the Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox communities.

My philosophy toward my personal and professional life is simple.  Balance is not found.  Balance is achieved by setting priorities, identifying needs, engaging positive participants and recognizing resources.  I am thrilled to join The Gordon School as your director.

Position: Day School Principal

Fri, March 22 2019 15 Adar II 5779