Dr. Carl Shultz has served Fitzgerald Public Schools as leader at both the building and district level. As Deputy Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Shultz leads district curriculum, instruction, technology, and educational programming. Prior to his role with Fitzgerald Public Schools, Dr. Shultz served as a building administrator at both the high school and middle school level. Prior to administration, he enjoyed time as a district special education teacher consultant, social studies and history teacher.
Dr. Shultz has earned all of his post-secondary education degrees in the State of Michigan. He holds a B.S. Degree in Secondary Education from Wayne State University, M.S. Degree in Special Education from Madonna University and an Ed.S. Degree in Education Administration from Oakland University. While serving as Principal of Fitzgerald High School, Dr. Shultz completed his Doctoral Degree in Educational Philosophy (Ph.D) from Oakland University. The focus of his doctoral dissertation was a case study on Fitzgerald High School’s successful transformation from a priority school to reward school.