Dr. Lynette Fields
FELE Prep was founded by Dr. Lynette Fields, a former public school teacher, administrator, and university professor in educational leadership. Dr. Fields – a 31 year veteran in public education – has authored or co-authored several articles and textbooks on topics related to administrator preparation. Her major research interest is studying the role of the assistant principal. The in-depth experience behind FELE Prep covers over 20 years of hands-on experience in the educational field.
When Dr. Fields was teaching and advising at the university, her students would come to her for advice on what to study and how to prepare for the Florida Educational Leadership Exam (FELE). Unfortunately, the outside resources (FELE study guide, FELE test guide, FELE practice test) for effective exam preparation were minimal. Dr. Fields created FELE Prep to fill this void. She believes that being successful on a test is directly affected by one’s confidence level, so the mission of FELE Prep is to give test takers confidence by providing effective tools and techniques to prepare for the FELE.
Awards and Accolades
Dr. Fields has received numerous honors and recognitions, including:
- Excellence in Teaching Award, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, College of Education, St. Petersburg, 2006.
- Finalist, Teacher of the Year Award, University of South Florida, College of Education, Tampa, 1996-1997.
- Presidential Award for Academics and Athletics, Flagler College, 1985.
University of South Florida
Ed. D. Educational Leadership
Magna Cum Laude
University of South Florida
M.A. Educational Leadership
Phi Kappa Phi
B.A. Science Education (secondary), Physical Education (K-12)
- Circle of Veterans in Dade City, Florida
- Cornerstone Hospice in Taveres, Florida
- Salvation Army
The Administrator’s Desk Reference to Florida and Federal Laws, by Darlene Y. Bruner, Lynette J. Fields, Marilyn J. Bartlett, published September 2009. This book translates Florida Statutes, pertaining to K-12 education, into readable questions and answers. Written to help superintendents, board members, school leaders, teachers, parents, professors and graduate and undergraduate students find answers to their legal questions about Florida Statutes quickly. This edition covers the K-12 Education Code, Title XLVII of the Florida Statutes from Chapter 1000 to 1013, the appendices, and federal statutes relevant to education.
Managing Marginal School Employees: Applying Standards-Based Performance Measures, by Lynette Fields, Brianne Reck, Robert Egley, published May 2006. A collection of case studies that provides a variety of situations in managing or working with marginal employees in a school system. This is a primary or companion text for administrator candidates or current administrators. Topics are correlated to the national standards in educational leadership and provide a realistic sampling of the various problems that administrators encounter each day.