Kimberly Ingram, Ph.D.
Multi-Tiered System of Supports Coordinator, Salem-Keizer Public Schools
Kimberly is an experienced educator with a demonstrated history of working at the school, district, and state level to implement effective practices that result in improved outcomes for students. Kimberly is skilled in K-12 education, special education, program implementation, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports coaching, Title I reading, response to Intervention, and implementation science. She is a strong education professional with a Doctor of Philosophy focused in Special Education from University of Oregon.
Sustainability is the Goal: Leading and Implementing Complex Change
With a charge to adopt, implement, and sustain MTSS systems in all 42 elementary schools, a district leadership team set about to assess organizational readiness and the knowledge, will, and skill of our leaders. This team developed a multi-year action plan to create a data-based culture and commitment to continuous improvement. In year two of implementation, enthusiasm for this effort has remained constant and early data indicators are encouraging.
Thursday, May 27, 2021
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