Gregg B. Betheil is the senior executive for career and technical education (CTE) for the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE). Since January 2008, he has been leading efforts to foster innovation in New York City’s portfolio of CTE options. Mr. Betheil’s responsibilities include management of the Mayor’s Task Force on Career and Technical Education Innovation, and oversight and support of the CTE portfolio, which includes twenty-six CTE high schools serving over thirty thousand students, and 284 CTE programs across city schools, serving over 110,000 students.
Prior to joining the NYCDOE, Mr. Betheil was senior vice president of the National Academy Foundation. He has served as assistant principal of Martin Luther King, Jr. High School in New York City, where he also taught American history and finance. Mr. Betheil is a former member of the South Orange-Maplewood Board of Education in New Jersey. A public high school graduate, he holds a BA in government, law and history from Lafayette College, an MA in social studies education and a MEd in educational administration from Columbia University.