Mr. Demeturia Kelly is the Educational Technologist in the School of Education at Claflin University. Before joining the School of Education’s staff, Mr. Kelly taught 6th-8th grade Mathematics and 3rd-5th grade Mathematics/Science for 12 years. In addition to the duties of teaching, Mr. Kelly served as the Technology Facilitator at his last teaching post. Before becoming a teacher, Mr. Kelly work in the Department of Education at South Carolina State University as a Technology Specialist where he assisted the Department’s Assessment Coordinator with data related to accreditation. Mr. Kelly is also a graduate of the Call Me MiSTER Program at South Carolina State University.
While at Claflin University, Mr. Kelly has served as a Mentor and then Director of Project Pipeline Repair (PPR): is a State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) initiative to increase the representation of minority males in the teaching profession and assist states in their efforts to stem teacher shortages. Through this program Mr. Kelly and CUSOE worked with 10 minority male high school juniors and seniors that planned to enroll in an Educator Preparation Program (EPP) at an HBCU after completing high school in hopes of becoming a teacher.
Education Administration, Educational Leadership, South Carolina State University
Master of Arts in Teaching, Elementary Education, South Carolina State University.
Master of Education, Technology in Education, Lesley University.
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, Claflin University.