IDEA Southeast sets high expectations for every student and goes the extra mile to make sure every student realizes their own potential. Personalized learning, critical thinking skills, mastery of core subjects is our recipe for success.
Alethea Duncan currently serves as Principal of IDEA Southeast Academy in Tarrant County. She has also served as a Principal In Residence in Tarrant County at IDEA Rise where she managed 2nd and 3rd grade English Language Arts teachers, 1st grade Direct Instruction teacher and co-teacher, and the K-2 Assistant Principal of Instruction.
Prior to her current role with IDEA Public Schools, she worked in the field of Adult Corrections for over 5 years, before being called to move into the world of prevention and early intervention. Alethea achieved her teaching credentials in 2001. Her direct classroom experience as a teacher has spanned across elementary, secondary, traditional, and alternative schools. Her passion and ability to develop others led to her service in a number of leadership capacities – Lead Teacher, Parent Education Trainer, Campus-based Instructional Coach, District-based Instructional Coach, District-based Instructional Expert Teacher, Special Programs Support Administrator, Program Specialist, and Assistant Principal with her previous district. Alethea views students, and our work with them, as investments rather than expenses. She feels her purpose is to help all students regardless of ethnicity, language barriers, or socioeconomic backgrounds, accomplish social emotional and academic success. She is committed to a constant cycle of data analysis, purposeful planning, implementation of strategies, monitoring for success, and repeating the cycle to accomplish high achieving goals for all students.Continue Reading
Bryson Green currently serves as Principal of IDEA Southeast College Prep in Tarrant County. In it’s inaugural year, Mr. Green served as the Principal In Residence at IDEA Southeast College Prep where he managed 6th Grade Math and Special Education; leading the school to a TEA A-Rating in Year 1.
Mr. Green began his career in education in 2013 as a Teach for America Corps Member in Milwaukee, WI working within the public school system. He served as a teacher instructing grades 5, 2, and 3. Additionally, Green moved into leadership serving 2 years as a Dean of students and Social Emotional Learning School liaison. In 2019, Green moved to Brooklyn, New York to serve as a Dean of Students until moving to Texas in 2021. He is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (MA), Alverno College (M.A.E), and Milwaukee School of Engineering (MBA). Bryson firmly believes in every scholar’s right to high quality education delivered by high quality instructional leaders. Education unlocks the doors to a myriad of opportunities, and Mr. Green strives to equip and empower scholars to the power of choice that comes by way of knowledge and power. To and through college for everyone is the north star that guides the actions and mindsets of Mr. Green. He is committed to leading this school to continuous excellence in order to have a lasting imprint on the Tarrant County community.Continue Reading
In 2020, she earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership along with her principal certification. After graduating from LeTourneau University, she felt the drive to keep learning and to find new ways to make a greater impact on the education system. This led her to enroll in the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership with the goal of completing her Ed.D. in the next few years. Kylie is devoted to continuous improvement and life-long learning and hopes to share that passion with everyone.
Kylie spent 14 years as a senior leader of retail operations and talent development. Over the span of those 14 years, she oversaw hundreds of employees and all the operations of many retail stores. After 14 years, she could not ignore the call to serve in a more impactful way and that led her to the education field. Most of the 9 years she has spent in education were spent as a 6th-grade ELAR teacher and Department Chair, and First Year Teacher Mentor. Most recently, she was the Academic Coach for 60 middle school teachers. She was also part of the Leaders of Learners team and was selected to be a part of the Leadership Excellence for Aspiring Principals in her previous school district.Continue Reading