Dr. Exley Warren is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University with an Ed. D. in Educational Leadership, earned a M.S. in Reading Education from Walden University, and a B.S. in Elementary Education from Florida A&M University. In addition, Dr. Warren completed post-doctoral courses at Harvard University’s Principal Center.
Dr. Warren comes to the Ferguson-Florissant School District from the Chattanooga Charter School of Excellence in Chattanooga, Tennessee where he has served as principal. Prior to that experience Dr. Warren served as district administrator for Chicago Public Schools and associate principal of Propel Schools in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Dr. Warren has taught at the elementary and middle school level in Florida schools.
Dr. Warren brings a reputation for leadership and inspiring students to read. Dr. Warren supports teachers as he leads instructional services for district students and staff. Dr. Warren's philosophy on education is that "Real education means to inspire people to live life more abundantly, to learn to begin life where you find it, and make it better" - Carter G. Woodson