What Educators Have to Say

The work of continuous school or district improvement depends in large part on the relationships we foster with our partners. We can think of no honor greater than sharing what a few of those many schools, districts, and communities have to say about us.


“We were meeting yesterday, in our PLC, and recognize that during this COVID19 pandemic and remote school environment, that our ability to continue to work is in large part a result of you and your organization’s efforts to help us do that work in a PLC. It has become an essential component of not only our professional development and sanity, but also significant in our ability to continue to provide learning opportunities and services to our students.”

-Dawn Stone, Teacher, Appleton Village School

New Hampshire

“[Our coaches] have been great blessings to the Dover School District. I believe they have had a significant impact on many educators in our schools. It is my hope we can find a means to continue the work.”

-William Harbron, Superintendent, Dover Public School


“We are thrilled with [our coach] and her ability to initiate and motivate the team for our Portrait of a Graduate work.”

-Laurie Regan,
 Assistant Superintendent, Attleboro Public Schools

“[Our coach] has been amazing with the educators, school leaders, support staff, parents, and families with whom he has interacted. He is captivating, motivating, and makes connections that leave lasting impressions. I believe he’s hitting a home run with this work.”

-Denise Snyder, Assistant Superintendent, Lawrence Public Schools


“[Our coach] has done great work at Essex High School and the relationships he has built with us and with our whole district have been valuable to us.”

-Beth Cobb, Superintendent, Essex Westford School District


“I think it is fair to say [our coach] always meets and surpasses our expectations. He is thoughtful, responsive, and masterful in his facilitation and relationships with multiple [district] leaders and in changing contexts. His commitment to and flexibility in the partnership does not go unnoticed and is greatly appreciated.”

– Samantha Olson
, Vice President of Strategy,
 Colorado Education Initiative


“I would say on a scale of ‘meet to exceeded’, [our coach] has again exceeded our expectations.”

– David Franceschina, Principal, Frederick High School

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