David Bowman is an experienced educator at the school, regional, and state level.
In his tenure for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, David worked with a diverse student population representing 22 American Indian tribes in an instructional capacity - as an English/Language Arts and Communication teacher, as the coordinator of the Mathematics and Science evening tutoring program, and as co-director of a federal Technology Innovation Challenge Grant program.
During this time, David also served as a teacher mentor for the Navajo Area School Board Association in the area of collaborative education and as a council member on the New Mexico Council on Technology in Education.
Following his service for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, David Bowman was employed by the New Mexico Department of Education where he coordinated federal and state technology initiatives, served as acting director of the Instructional Material Bureau, facilitated the work of writing teams in the revision of the New Mexico Mathematics, Science, and Language Arts Content Standards, and directed the State's Advanced Placement initiative, which included specialized programs to establish middle and high school vertical articulation teams.
Mr. Bowman received his B.S. from the University of New Mexico and M.A. from the University of California-Irvine. Currently, David is the Program Director for Advantage Tutoring Services (a New Mexico State approved Supplemental Education Service provider focused on the development of literacy and numeracy) and Owner/Chief Editor of Precise Edit.