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Brett is the Principal at City High School and one of the three educator co-founders of City High School. Inspired by the education philosophy of Ted Sizer and the Coalition of Essential Schools, Brett worked with Carrie Brennan and Eve Rifkin to realize a vision of a small high school where each student is well known, honored for their unique talents and learning styles, offered challenging academics and given opportunities to engage in the community.
Brett has played many roles at City High School. He served as the business manager in the early years of the school’s development, developed and taught all levels of the humanities curriculum, served as a lead teacher, and steered the school’s professional development outreach efforts.
Brett Goble graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Economics and a minor in History. He earned a post-baccalaureate certification in secondary education from the University of Arizona. He is a national facilitator for the School Reform Initiative and served on the Advisory Board of the Southern Arizona Writing Project. In 2011 Brett achieved National Board Certification in the area of Social Studies/History for Adolescence and Young Adulthood.