Elizabeth A. Kennedy, MEd, directs and implements Learning Sciences International pilot research projects in schools and districts. For 39 years, she was a successful public school teacher and school administrator at elementary and middle school levels. As principal, she established a pattern of school excellence at three large schools with diverse populations, all of which demonstrated high levels of student achievement. Two of the schools earned recognition as National Magnet Schools of Excellence, and one was designated a 2008 National Blue Ribbon School. In 2011, she was named a National Distinguished Principal, representing Florida.
Ms. Kennedy draws her experience as a school administrator using the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model to help guide and lead others in providing actionable feedback to teachers for professional development. She is also passionate about inspiring teachers to grow in their practice to positively impact student achievement.
Ms. Kennedy earned her master of science in educational leadership from Florida Atlantic University and her bachelor of science in elementary education from Florida State University. She holds additional certifications in the areas of early childhood education and k-12 reading.
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