Dr. Moskowitz has his Ph.D. in Education, Curriculum & Instruction, with a minor in Research Design, Statistics & Evaluation. He serves as an Educational and Technology Consultant, Grant Reviewer, Writer and Evaluator. He continues to serve as an invited grant reviewer for the U.S. Dept. of Education, a number of State Dept. of Education, as well as, other Federal agencies including – OPRE, Child Care Bureau, HRSA, Justice Dept., NSF, DOL, and NASA to identify a few. He has written a number of federal grants and has developed evaluation designs and research studies. Some of these have included: National Science Foundation grants, Race-to-the-Top District, Reading First, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), 21st Century Community Learning Center, School Improvement Grant, and a NASA Explorer School.
Over the years, he was a Science elementary and junior high teacher, gifted and talented teacher, central office administrator, and building-level administrator. He has extensive experience in Early Childhood Education and has been a certified Head Start Evaluator. For 10 years he was Director of Technical Support Services with Fox Software, responsible for all aspects of technical support services for clients of Fox. For the last 15 years of his career, he was Director of Technology for a number of school districts, including Ann Arbor Public Schools, Findlay City, and Toledo City Schools. He has worked at Walden University as a Doctoral mentor and has been working as a Contributing part/time and Adjunct Professor in Educational Leadership and Research. At St. Thomas University and Capella, he has taught Qualitative and Quantitative research methods and works with Educational Leadership candidates. He has worked with over 60 students who have graduated and were awarded their EdS, EdD, or Ph.D. He is the Dissertation Coordinator at the American College of Education (ACE) and teaches Educational Research, ECE, Literacy, and mentors’ doctoral students and faculty.