Ted Doran practices civil litigation and acts as the managing partner of Doran, Sims, Wolfe & Ciocchetti. Since 2002, he has also represented the School Board of Volusia County. Long before he was appointed as School Board Attorney, Ted Doran helped found the Futures Foundation for Volusia County Schools.
The Futures Foundation for Volusia County Schools encourages business and civic leaders to support a common goal: to enhance the quality of public education in the county. Through this effort, Futures facilitates fundraising throughout the community for various initiatives, such as the Teacher Grants Program.
The Teacher Grants Program provides teachers with financial aid to purchase classroom resources. These grants empower educators by making possible the purchase of enhanced instructional materials and activities. The Teacher Grants Program can give as much as $1,000 for each application. All public school K-12 teachers and administrators in Volusia County are qualified to apply for this program.
Florida attorney Ted Doran practices family law and civil litigation at Doran, Sims, Wolfe & Ciocchetti in Daytona Beach. Ted Doran also serves as School Board Attorney for Volusia County Schools. Ted Doran’s passion for public education facilitated in the forming of the FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools.
The FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools was established more than three decades ago. The group connects businesses and community leaders with public schools in an effort to enhance its educational programs. Its programs consist of breakfasts that welcome new teachers, awards that recognize academic professionals, and a school matching grant program.
The latter, also known as the School District Education Foundation, utilizes funds from the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations to match money raised by public schools. In 2015, the program awarded more than $80,000, which was applied to initiatives impacting literacy and STEM education as well as teacher quality and graduation rates. Further, programs improving low performance among students were eligible for funding. Award recipients were matched dollar for dollar.