Wanda Maloney, Director of Accountability, Wyoming Department of Education, formerly Chief Academic Officer, Sweetwater County School District #1, WY
“Curriculum Leadership Institute is a key factor in the successful development of an aligned system which connects curriculum, instruction, and assessment. It provides a voice for stakeholders with a clear vision for moving through the complexities of changing standards.” Click here for the complete letter.
Devin Embray, Superintendent, Glenwood Community School District, IA
“This model demands a change in leadership from management focus to an instructional focus. The training takes instructional leaders through the process of first and second order change and puts in place high expectations for accountability of staff and students.” Click here for the complete letter.
Kelly Gentry, Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment Director, Morris County Public Schools, KS
“If you want to build a strong K-12 academic program that sustains itself over the years CLI should be your partner.” Click here for the complete letter.
Carmen Ayala, Illinois State Superintendent, formerly Superintendent, Berwyn North 98, IL
“What CLI offers is an exceptional curriculum development process that has raised teacher knowledge about standards-based curriculum, assessment development, and resource selection.” Click here for the complete letter.
Sara McGinnis, Curriculum Director, Sheridan County School District #1, WY
“Because the CLI Model is both systematic and systemic, with student learning at its heart, every staff member contributing to student learning is affected.” Click here for the complete letter.
Tiffany Kohl, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School District #307, IL
“CLI provided the structure and organization to move forward and this has resulted in decision making and action taking that leads to improvement.” Click here for the complete letter.
Craig Marshall, Superintendent, USD 244, KS
“CLI has allowed us to align our curriculum at the elementary, middle, and high school levels to help us better meet the needs of our students. Our results have been very positive with improved learning and test scores. Our staff has become more informed about areas they teach, and this has helped them grow into better educators.”