John Hannigan

John Hannigan

John Hannigan, EdD, is an executive leadership coach for Fresno County Superintendent of Schools in California. Dr. Hannigan has served in education for more than 16 years as a principal, assistant principal, instructional coach, and teacher.

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John Hannigan

John Hannigan, EdD, is an executive leadership coach for Fresno County Superintendent of Schools in California. Dr. Hannigan has served in education for more than 16 years as a principal, assistant principal, instructional coach, and teacher.

Under his nine years as principal at Reagan Elementary in the Sanger Unified School District in California, Dr. Hannigan was the leader of a highly effective professional learning community. He and his staff were recognized as a California State Distinguished School, Gold Ribbon School, and an exemplary RTI school for both academics and behavior. The school received a Title I Academic Achievement Award, was awarded Platinum-level status for positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS), and was selected as a knowledge-development site for the statewide scaling up of multitiered systems of support (MTSS).

Dr. Hannigan earned a doctoral degree and master’s degree in educational leadership from California State University, Fresno.

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Presentation titles by John Hannigan

  • Equitable Behavior Systems: Building the Frame for Alternative Discipline
  • Don’t Suspend Me: Alternative Discipline that Works
  • All Means All: Creating Systems of Learning that Support ALL Students
  • Increasing the Complexity of Tasks through a Continuous Improvement Process
  • Using Student Work and Data to Improve Student Outcomes