Kevin Ruth

President, Moreland University

Dr. Kevin Ruth is President of Moreland University, and recently served for six years as Chief Executive Officer of ECIS, the Educational Collaborative for International Schools. In addition to 23 years in education, he has given 20 years of service as a director on non-profit boards, with four years as a school governor, and is an advisor to a number of projects or organisations. Kevin is a Fellow in the UK-based Royal Society of Arts; advisory council member for Harvard Business Review; member of the Online Executive Panel (Education) for McKinsey & Company; judge for the International School Awards; judge for the PIE Awards (Professionals in International Education); and past lecturer for the National Endowment for the Humanities. He holds bachelor’s degrees in French and German and a Master’s in Comparative Literature, all from the Pennsylvania State University; a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University; and has completed executive education programs at Stanford University in Advanced Project Management and Strategic Decision & Risk Management, as well as at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School in Executive Leadership. A polyglot with seven languages, he holds citizenship in the US and UK.

Leaders in Education Conference

14 November 2021 | 11:40 - 12:00 | English | How to earn a teaching qualification without leaving your school

With the documented need for teachers in international schools, how can existing teachers who do not have a teaching qualification obtain one, without having to leave their current job? Learn what a recognised curriculum for teacher preparation looks like, and how you--or teachers you know--can study for your teaching qualification while you teach, as well as complete your clinical placement with a supervising teacher.