Rebecca L. Stinson
Rebecca L. Stinson has over 20 years in education. Her roles include teacher, educational planner, and principal in the Chicago Public School System, where she has worked for the past several years.
Rebecca L. Stinson
Rebecca L. Stinson is recognized as one of the most respected educators in Chicago. Her extensive background of over 20 years in education has equipped her with dynamic instructional leadership abilities. Her roles include teacher, educational planner, and principal in the Chicago Public School System (CPS), where she has worked for the past several years to inspire teachers to be the best that they can be.
Rebecca was selected to open new public schools in two of Chicago’s most underserved and underperforming communities. She was later recognized for achieving high student scores in reading and mathematics, which put these schools in the top 7 percent of schools that were accelerating. Rebecca received the 2013 Principal Achievement Award for providing exceptional leadership.
She is past vice president of the Jack and Jill of America Chicago Chapter, founder of the Homer R. Stinson Diabetes Memorial Fund, and a member of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. As a member of the Office of Principal Preparation and Development, she served as a mentor for new principals, assisting in training school staff, creating professional development activities, and guiding school improvement planning activities for academic advancement.
Rebecca earned a bachelor of arts from Howard University and a master of education from National Louis University.
Presentations by Rebecca L. Stinson
- Leading in the Common Core: Rigor and Relevance for Results
- 21st Century: Teach Less, Learn More, Think Well
- Differentiating Instruction
- Literacy Matters
- Strategies and Formative Assessment
- Differentiating Professional Development