Degrees and Certifications:
B.S. Elementary Education, Indiana University, M.A. Education Administration, Illinois State University, Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy, Northern Illinois University
Dr. Jeff Schuler became superintendent of Community Unit School District 200 in September 2014.
Before joining District 200, Dr. Schuler most recently served as the superintendent of schools in Kaneland 302. Prior to becoming superintendent in Kaneland in July of 2010, he served as their district’s assistant superintendent for human resources from 2006-2010. He has served as adjunct faculty at Loyola University, Aurora University and Northern Illinois University. Dr. Schuler began his career in education as a teacher of gifted students at Joyce Kilmer Elementary School in District 21 in Wheeling, IL. He has also taught at the middle school level and served as a middle school principal in Northbrook School District 27.
Dr. Schuler earned his bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Indiana University, his master’s degree in education administration from Illinois State University and his doctoral degree in educational leadership and policy from Northern Illinois University. He has served as a speaker and columnist for various conferences and publications.