As a math enthusiast and consultant, Kenneth Everett is a champion for student involvement and personal success for over thirty years. After receiving an Associate's degree from Richland College (1976), Everett finished his Bachelor of Science degree in Math and Psychology at East Texas State University in 1978. Shortly after, Kenneth Everett began teaching at Dallas ISD, and continued serving the Dallas community for over thirty years. He possesses Lifetime Texas Teacher Certification and currently holds Provisional Certification in Math and Psychology.
Acutely aware of the need to keep his credentials current, he has received further training in Positive Behavior Support, Algebra 1 Content Update, STAAR EOC, Professional Development and Appraisal Systems, Instructional Leadership Development, and the Scope and Sequence Mathematics Workshop (Kilgo Consulting).
Mr. Everett has worked with youths at Dallas County Juvenile Justice School District (including students at Medlock, Youth Village, Substance Abuse Unit, and Day Reporting Center educational campuses) whom were constantly noted as requesting more time in his challenging and engaging math sessions. He also worked with 5 through 11 year old students at the Boys and Girls club teaching them Algebra rudimentary concepts to secure a firm foundation in their lifelong love of math and learning in general. Kenneth Everett concepts and strategies have been implemented by the following institutions: Region 10, Dallas ISD, Irving ISD, Lancaster ISD, McKinney ISD, Plano ISD, Richardson ISD, Texas CAN Schools and Texas Charter Schools. He was also utilized for his unique approach to math instruction as a Math Consultant in the Texas CAN Charter schools, where he traveled throughout the DFW Metroplex, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, as well as provided professional development to the staff. Additionally, his unique system has received Official Proclamations of Endorsement from the Mayors of the cities of Plano, Richardson, Allen, Cedar Hill, Farmer’s Branch, Balch Springs, Royce City, Rockwall, and Wylie.
Today, Kenneth spends time introducing his Kenneth Everett Math Revolution (No Pencil No Paper No Calculator) algebra program to students, parents, teachers, principals, school districts and mayors of cities.