About the Telego Center

The mission of the Ashland University Telego Center for Innovation is to provide customized services to Ohio schools and businesses to address contemporary professional development needs.

The Telego Center provides ongoing support to superintendents, Boards of Education, educators and other professionals. The Telego Center works with university and educational professionals to provide consultation and solutions to meet the challenges impacting schools, educational systems and businesses. These professionals provide analysis and deeper understanding of such topics as:

  • Leadership and Management
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Strategic Planning
  • Professional Development
  • Assessment
  • District Priorities
  • Instruction
  • Corporate Training
  • TechCred
  • 5G Readiness
  • Workforce Training Solutions
    • Addictions Counseling
    • Blockchain
    • Conflict Mediation and Negotiation
    • Cybersecurity
    • Entrepreneurship
    • ESL Training
    • Financial Planning
    • Information Technology
    • Strategy Simulation
    • Team Building
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ALAS 2019

Customized Solutions for Educators and Businesses

The Center's personnel have all been or are currently associated with public school systems and business organizations throughout Ohio and other regional states. The Center is a knowledge and skill-based resource, providing technical skills and expertise to school administrators and organizational leaders in meeting state and federal mandates, improving leadership skills and enhancing performance. 

As a leader, you're aware of the challenges:

  • Building community and business partnerships
  • Enhancing organizational efficiency through quality initiatives
  • Improving standardized achievement test scores
  • Planning facility infrastructure with shrinking budgets
  • Improving leadership skills
  • Strategic planning

With the Telego Center, you benefit from:

  • Knowledgeable, highly-skilled researchers
  • State-of-the-art techniques, policies and procedures
  • Customized solutions responsive to your specific needs
  • Reliable and quality services
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ALAS Seminar speaker

Professional Learning Podcast

In this podcast, David Silverberg interviews educational leaders and nationally recognized authors about issues in education in support of a better future.

Answers and opinions have been offered on a variety of subjects:

  • Educational Leadership
    Veronica Motley, assistant superintendent, S. Euclid-Lyndhurst City School District
  • Education Law
    John Britton, Ennis Britton Co.
  • Wounded Students and Educators
    Joe Hendershott, co-founder, Hope 4 the Wounded
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David Silverberg, Ed.D.

Contact Information

David Silverberg, Ed.D. 
330-998-2873
dsilverb@ashland.edu