Malik Muhammad is a consultant, speaker, and instructional specialist with 20 years of experience in public, charter, private, and homeschool education. He has served as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, dean of instruction, and assistant principal.
Mitzi Hoback has been a professional development consultant and trainer, working with teachers and principals in the areas of instruction, curriculum, assessment, and school improvement. Mitzi has also been a classroom teacher at the elementary, middle, and high school levels; a lead teacher; and a coordinator of gifted education for a K–12 school district.
Jeanie Iberlin, EdD, associate superintendent of Johnson County School District in Wyoming, leads administrators, instructional facilitators, teachers, and other staff members in the areas of curriculum, instruction, assessment, evaluation, and professional development.
21st Century Skills Brain-Compatible Learning School Improvement
Michele Rivers Murphy, EdD, is a seasoned consultant, presenter, and educational leader for both regular and special education. A change agent for over two decades, she has helped transform some of the highest-needs districts.
Cameron L. Rains, EdD, is the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction for Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation in Indiana. In this role, he is part of a team working to ensure that all students in the district learn at high levels.
Classroom Management & Behavior Instruction School Improvement
Kristyn Klei Borrero, EdD, is an accomplished educational leader and coach who strives to make a profound difference in the professional lives of educators. She is the cofounder of No-Nonsense Nurturer® and has served as a classroom teacher, principal, and superintendent.
Leadership School Improvement
Tonya Balch, PhD, is a professor in the Bayh College of Education at Indiana State University (ISU). She has served as the program coordinator for ISU’s school counseling program for 15 years and is passionate about ensuring excellence in graduate programming.
September 11, 2014
Learn how U.S. Grant High School changed from the “dropout factory” to an engine of hope for the students it serves, and how its success can be replicated anywhere.
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