George Foley worked as a teacher and principal for over 35 years in Brooklyn and Queens. During his tenure at IS93, the school achieved recognition as a “National Model School” for America’s Choice and a “Collaborative Community of Practice” for the New York City Department of Education. The supervisory team at 93 received the Performance Differential for five consecutive years. The school was cited for extraordinary gains on CNN and in an editorial "How to Fix the Schools" in the New York Daily News. The school achieved an “A” on the Progress Report and a “Well Developed” rating on the Quality Review making the school eligible for the bonuses. George was a mentor principal for the first four years of the Aspiring Principal Program. Currently, George trains NYC Leadership Academy coaches and program participants in data-informed decision making and Children First Intensive. Working with the DOE, George has developed online modules on data-informed decision making and in the use of teacher data reports. Making several school visits a week, George has worked with hundreds of first year and veteran principals for the past five years.