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Ligia V. Alberto, Ed.D., Director Of The Bergenfield Alternative School, Appointed As Middle States Commissioner

By September 11, 2019December 18th, 2021No Comments
Alberto’s work as director overseeing day-to-day operations provides enriching learning opportunities for students of all abilities. She previously served as director of assessment and a school counselor at Bergenfield High School. Alberto earned her bachelor’s degree from Lehman College in Bronx, N.Y., and a master’s degree in counseling from Mercy College, in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. She recently completed her Doctor of Education at Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J.

Alberto’s understanding and expertise in an array of educational areas provides a strong support structure for Middle States.  “I am pleased that Ligia has agreed to join Middle States as a Commissioner,” said Lisa Marie McCauley, Ed.D., president of the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools. “She brings a proven record of success in teaching, school counseling and administrative management, and will be an asset to Middle States.”


“The Middle States accreditation process supports school leaders and teachers as they work collaboratively to develop a comprehensive plan designed to help students achieve the best outcomes possible.I am pleased to be in a position to recognize schools for the important work that they do and to help ensure that all students succeed in school and life.”


Ligia V. Alberto, Ed.D., Director Of The Bergenfield Alternative School School

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