School Improvement Fellows

School Improvement Fellows are public school educators who undergo training in the methods and approaches behind Eskolta’s successful facilitation of school change efforts. Talented educators engage in a series of training sessions in which they explore research and strategies rooted in participant-driven improvement processes and apply them to related efforts they are involved with in their own school settings. Through these programs, Eskolta helps equip educators with the tools and knowledge they need to become leaders of sustainable school change.

Project Leadership Skills

Embedded Goal-Setting

Responsive Management

Scaling Learning

Information Sharing Skills

Data Analysis

Codified Learning

Adult Learning Skills

Research

Facilitated Inquiry

Fellows

Nazeema Baboolall

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Marissa Bailey

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Kaycee Brock

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Lucia Brockway

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Allison Burke

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Marisa Castillo

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Dan Chu

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Denise Copeland

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Norma Feriz-Gordon

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

John Foley-Murphy

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Jennifer Grunin

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Kimberly Hall

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Raymond Johnson

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Simone Mikolich

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Zaydee Santiago

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Joshua Steckel

College Access For All Fellow
2016–17

Michelle Venditti

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Andrew Wiza

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16

Michael Wolach

Eskolta Fellow
2015–16