Arielle Sprotzer is a Senior Associate with the Great Schools Partnership. She began her career teaching high school English at the Richard R. Green High School of Teaching in New York City from 2005-2011. In addition to her role in the classroom, Arielle was dedicated to preparing her students for college as one of the founding faculty members to implement the AVID program. From there Arielle moved to Nashville, Tennessee and began her work first as an instructional coach at a charter school and more recently as a district data coach for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. In this role, she supported district leaders, administrators, teachers and students on data-driven decision making. In a world saturated with educational data, Arielle believes that data does not provide the answer, rather it helps us ask the right questions.
Arielle earned her BA from Tufts University majoring in English and French. She received her Master’s Degree in Adolescent Education and English from Hunter College and her Ed. S with the College of St. Rose. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, live music, cooking and walking her dog. Arielle lives in Madison, Connecticut.