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- School Improvement
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Dr. Kathleen Einhorn has worked in K-12 education for 34 years as a teacher, principal, district, and area administrator. As a teacher, she worked with K-12 special education resource students and taught reading and English in grades 7-12. Most recently, Dr. Einhorn served as the Associate Superintendent for Teaching and Learning and high school principal for Park City Schools in Utah. She worked with district administrators and teachers to improve both English Language Arts and Mathematics instruction through a standards-based approach and facilitated dual language and coding initiatives over eight years.
Dr. Enhorns work as a curriculum specialist, principal, and district leader has given her opportunities to work with teachers and administrators to implement systemic change in Park City and the Department of Defense Education Activity schools. She is currently a district lead for Instructional Empowerment.
Dr. Einhorn holds a dual BS degree from the University of Utah, a Masters and Specialist from Columbus State University, and a Doctorate of Instructional Leadership from Argosy University, Atlanta.