Differentiated Instruction English Learners Literacy
Carol Rothenberg has worked with elementary and secondary schools through the New Arrival Center for the San Diego Unified School District, training teachers and administrators on effective programs and instruction for English learners.
Literacy Reading School Improvement Youth at Risk
William S. Roulston is a consultant, researcher, and author. He works with schools and nonprofits to set up effective intervention programs for struggling adolescent readers, and researches best instructional and institutional practices for them.
Jan Rozzelle, EdD, has developed leadership programs for superintendents, principals, and teachers. She’s also provided professional development to several school districts and directs a statewide adolescent literacy project for instructional leadership teams.
Literacy Professional Learning Communities Reading Science
Maureen M. Rubenstein is a literacy coach and special education instructor in Lincolnshire, Illinois. She works with other literacy coaches to coordinate and implement book clubs, PD sessions, and coaching sessions.
Literacy Response to Intervention
Laurie Robinson Sammons uses her expertise to help K–12 schools develop and implement sustainable best practices for a variety of topics and initiatives, including PLCs, curriculum design, assessment, instructional practice, intervention, and differentiation.
Literacy Reading Science
Brian Wise is a literacy coach and English teacher at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. He specializes in building teacher capacity for embedding literacy skills into classroom instruction and assessment.