Rex Bolinger

Rex Bolinger

Senior Fellow

Rex Bolinger received his B.S. from Ball State University, his M.S from Purdue University, and his Ph.D from Ball State University. Rex served as the program manager for the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation in Princeton, New Jersey, helping in cooperation with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to create early-college high schools at universities in five states.

Currently Dr. Bolinger chairs the Indiana Association of Public Charter Schools and is executive director for Team HOPE (History Opens Eyes); the group of Milken Educators works to advancing Dr. William J. Bennett’s American history books, “America: The Last Best Hope”, and revolutionize the way American history is taught in schools and colleges across the nation.He has also served as a teacher, High School Principal, and Central Office Administrator in Indiana.