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Katie Cubano

Katie Cubano is an educator focused on supporting teachers and schools as they design and implement curriculum and instruction that effectively and equitably meet students’ needs. Katie has over 15 years of experience in education, including teaching at the secondary and post-secondary levels and working alongside colleagues to improve teaching and learning as an instructional coach. In her work, Katie strives to ensure that each student has full access to their civil right to an education, and that each teacher is equipped with the skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary to lead in their classrooms and communities with confidence, integrity, and excellence.

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Katie Cubano

Katie Cubano is an educator focused on supporting teachers and schools as they design and implement curriculum and instruction that effectively and equitably meet students’ needs. Katie has over 15 years of experience in education, including teaching at the secondary and post-secondary levels and working alongside colleagues to improve teaching and learning as an instructional coach. In her work, Katie strives to ensure that each student has full access to their civil right to an education, and that each teacher is equipped with the skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary to lead in their classrooms and communities with confidence, integrity, and excellence.

In 2018, English Leadership Quarterly published an article Katie coauthored with her friend and colleague Carolyn Ross. The article, titled “A Legacy of Collaboration: Supporting Reflective Practitioners Through Teacher Work Groups,” examines a case study on teacher leadership. Katie has been an active member of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) for her entire career and is an active member of NCTE’s Conference on English Leadership (CEL). She was the program chair for the 2023 CEL Convention.

Since earning the Robert Mehlman Award for Excellence in Student Teaching upon graduation in 2008, Katie has maintained a strong relationship with the teacher education program at her alma mater, The College of New Jersey. She has served on assessment panels for student teaching capstone presentations and returned often to provide and participate in professional development for preservice and novice teachers.