Jasmine Kullar

Jasmine Kullar

Jasmine Kullar, EdD, is a Georgia middle school principal with leadership experience at elementary, middle, and high school levels. She specializes in building professional learning communities and school leadership.

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Jasmine Kullar

Jasmine Kullar, EdD, is a Georgia middle school principal with nearly 10 years of school leadership experience at elementary, middle, and high school levels. She specializes in building professional learning communities and school leadership. Prior to becoming an administrator, she taught in school systems throughout North America.

Dr. Kullar’s introduction to PLCs began during her first year of teaching when she attended a PLC workshop presentation by Richard DuFour. Since then, she has been implementing the tenets of PLCs as a teacher and school administrator. Under her leadership, Northwestern Middle School became the first in the state of Georgia to receive the model PLC school designation.

She has published articles and presented several workshops at the state and national levels. A lifelong learner, she holds a certificate in Leading School Systems at the National Level from Harvard University.

Dr. Kullar earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto, a teaching certificate from Medaille College in New York, a master’s degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a doctorate in educational leadership from Argosy University in Georgia.

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PLC at Work™

Richard DuFour, Robert Eaker, Rebecca DuFour, Mike Mattos, Anthony Muhammad, and Tim Brown, the champions of PLC at Work™, are among the foremost authorities on applying PLC principles in the real world of schools. They consult with state departments, professional organizations, and school districts worldwide on strategies for improving schools.

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Presentation titles by Jasmine Kullar

  • How to Organize Your School to Promote PLCs
  • Utilizing PLCs to Increase Student Achievement
  • The Challenges of Implementing Effective PLCs
  • Building Teacher Leaders
  • PLCs for New Assistant Principals

“Can't wait for next session. One of the best presenters and professional developments I've attended!”

April Smith, elementary and intermediate principal/assistant, Gilmer County Charter Schools, Georgia

“The session was outstanding. All of our principals and support staff that attended raved about the session and feel they have tools they can use to establish/redesign their PLC. This training was much needed, and I feel it gives us a better understanding and direction.”

Mickey Weldon, chief academic officer, Tift County School System, Georgia