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CASEY SOVO

CASEY SOVO

Education Program Administrator

Bureau of Indian Education

Mr. Casey L. Sovo, an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation, began working for the Bureau of Indian Education in 2001 as a high school English Language Arts teacher and became the Education Program Administrator for the New Mexico South Education Line Office (now called the Albuquerque Bureau-Operated Schools Education Resource Center) in July 2010.

Mr. Sovo specializes in differentiating K-12 instruction, using progress monitoring and short-cycle assessments to make data-based instructional decisions, evaluating effective teaching strategies, and supporting principals and teachers with their implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Mr. Sovo deeply believes in the power of education to provide opportunities for changing the outcomes for future generations.

Mr. Sovo completed his Comparative Literature bachelor’s degree at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire and earned a Masters of Art in Teaching at Cameron University in Oklahoma. Mr. Sovo was transferred to the Belcourt Education Resource Center in September 2019, and will be working with four Bureau of Indian Education funded schools on the Turtle Mountain Reservation and the Blackfeet Boarding Dormitory in Browning, Montana.