Carefree Education Service Group | 141 Lucretia Lane | Columbiana, Ohio | 44408| Tel: 330-429-6985
Partners in Education
Kimberly A. Davis, M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction
As Co-Founder of the Carefree Education Service Group, Mrs. Davis has been involved with education in various capacities for over 30 years. Holding a belief that all children should have experiences that stretch their learning and thinking every day, Mrs. Davis has worked tirelessly to remove learning barriers for all students. By working with educational providers, community organizations, and parents/guardians, Mrs. Davis is able to assist with creating and organizing educational systems that best meet the needs of children, schools, and families. She has worked in rural, suburban, and city environments and believes that in all of these settings children will learn if provided with quality instruction and high expectations.Mrs. Davis received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and a Gifted Education Endorsement from Kent State University. She received a Masters Degree from Ashland University in Curriculum and Instruction. Mrs. Davis attended Youngstown State University to earn a licensure in Educational Administration. Following a passion for literacy, Mrs. Davis had the privilege of attending The Ohio State University to train as a Literacy Collaborative Coach. She is still highly involved with the Literacy Collaborative community. She has extensive experience teaching in the elementary grades and teaching students who are gifted. She has worked as a gifted coordinator and has spent the last several years as a Director of Teaching and Learning.
Douglas T. Hiscox, Ed.D.
As Co-Founder of the Carefree Education Service Group LLC, Dr. Hiscox has over forty years of experience in K-12 education with a mission that has been focused on creating challenging learning experiences for every child. His leadership in the field is grounded in the value of having supportive, cooperative, and well informed relationships among the providers and parents/guardians of every child.Dr. Hiscox draws upon his extensive career experiences working with students, parents, teachers, administrators, and communities to engage the whole learning community in capacity building activities, practices, and networking that adds value to the whole K-12 learning experience for every child. His studies and field work have taken him to rural, suburban, and inner city school districts in both Ohio and Connecticut. Dr. Hiscox received his Bachelor’s Degree from Heidelberg College, Master and Doctorate Degrees from Youngstown State University. He has also done extensive doctoral studies in curriculum and instruction at Kent State University. His career experiences were as a middle/high school science teacher, middle school principal, high school principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent.