Amy Gluck is director of educational services at Kildeer Countryside Community Consolidated School District 96 in Illinois. Her work focuses on ensuring all students achieve at high levels of learning.
During Amy’s 20-year career with Kildeer District 96, she has also served as an elementary principal, middle school assistant principal, literacy coach, reading specialist, and classroom teacher. Amy has focused on leading a high-functioning professional learning community at both the teacher-leader and administration levels. Her work has focused on leading teachers as they engage in discussing best practices of instruction, assessment, and intervention, including considerations of scaffolding and support needed for all learners.
Each of Kildeer District 96’s schools has been recognized as a Model PLC school during Amy’s time with the district. Amy is a recipient of the Illinois Those Who Excel Award for her work as a literacy coach.
Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Indiana University. She earned a master’s degree in language and literacy, as well as a reading specialist certificate, from National Louis University. She also earned a master’s degree in educational leadership from Northern Illinois University.