Arizona Alliance of Black

School Educators

Keith Greer, current Superintendent of Tonto Basin School District and former principal of Maricopa County Regional School District, Coolidge, and Casa Grande Union High School is a nationally recognized, award winning administrator noted for his innovative approach to school improvement. Currently he served as a Senior Partner with the firm The Greer Group, LLC; a veteran educator, Mr. Greer spent 6 years as principal of Casa Grande Union High School one of the largest rural high schools in Arizona with a student population of over 3400. During his tenure, the school achieved increased graduation rates, improved standardized test scores, an 85% reduction in incidences of fighting, a 70% reduction in suspensions and a reduced drop- out rate of 1% from a previous high of 45% Casa Grande Union High School also has been recognized and awarded for its numerous school improvement achievements which includes the state of Arizona’s Spotlight on Success Award and mention in US News and World Report as one of the Top Schools in the country.

He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Phoenix and Mesa Community College. Mr. Greer's presentations and workshops have made him a highly demanded speaker and consultant. While the story of Casa Grande Union High School and its successful turn-around is aspiring and motivating, Mr. Greer also delvers clear-cut, practical strategies for leaders and schools that outline a path for success. Mr. Greer is also the past Arizona State President of the Arizona Association of Black School Educators and has served The National Association of Black Educators since 1995 and is a former national board member.​