The Holmes Education Post (THEP) is an education focused internet newspaper designed to publish weekly articles on educational issues. To support public education, THEP also provides resources and publications on best practices to its readers.
Ronald W. Holmes is the author of “Education Questions to be Answered,” “Current Issues and Answers in Education,” “How to Eradicate Hazing” and “Professional Career Paths.” He is President and Publisher of The Holmes Education Post (THEP), an education focused internet newspaper; and National Superintendent of the National Save the Family Now Movement, Inc. (NSFNM). In addition, Dr. Holmes is Vice President and Education Editor of Live Communications, Inc. (Capital Outlook Newspaper and WTAL 1450 AM). He has earned a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, a ME.D. in Educational Administration & Supervision and a B.S. in Business Education from Florida A&M University. He also earned a ME.D. in Business Education from Bowling State University. He has proven success working as an educational leader from the elementary to the collegiate level.
Before becoming National Superintendent of NSFNM and creating THEP, Ronald Holmes was superintendent of Florida A&M University’s Developmental Research School, assistant principal with Fulton and Gwinnett County Schools; teacher, Department Head, & Coach at Leon County Schools; Business Instructor & Consultant at Florida A&M University; Test Developer & Test Preparation Instructor at Edward Waters College; and Assistant Director of Financial Aid & Business Instructor with Dallas County Community College District.
As an instructional leader, Ronald Holmes has trained stakeholders for developing SACS reports and preparing them for SACS reviews. His contribution has led to Fulton County Schools becoming the first school district in the United States to receive National Certification at the district level. At all grade levels including college, Ronald Holmes has successfully developed test-taking skills programs for students taking standardized tests and received noteworthy recognition from school systems and news media. These tests include American College Test, Scholastic Aptitude Test, Criterion Referenced Competencies Test, College Level Academic Skills Test, and Georgia High School Graduation Test. He is most proud of his church volunteer work where he developed a program that prepared students for passing the science portion of the Georgia High School Graduation Test and attaining a 95% passing rate.
As an organizational leader, Ronald Holmes has successfully organized various innovative programs such as Freshman Academy and the State Pay For Performance Plan. Dr. Holmes is adept at building partnership with faculty, parents and business leaders. In all of these programs, Ronald Holmes’ work has been exceptional through the support and dedication of numerous stakeholders.
Ronald Holmes is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and is married to Constance Coleman Holmes. He thoroughly enjoys working with students and delights in seeing his students excel academically and professionally. He is an avid jogger and enjoys competitive races.