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Scholastic RED Professional development for K-12 teachers and administrators
Scholastic RED Faculty
Scholastic RED works closely with some of the country's most respected educators and researchers. Every part of our program has been developed in partnership with teachers, staff developers, reading experts, and administrators who work in the country's top school districts with students like yours.
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Dr. Marilyn J. Adams
Dr. Marilyn J. Adams
Visiting Professor in the Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Department, Brown University
Francie Alexander
Francie Alexander
Chief Academic Officer, Scholastic Inc.; Senior VP. Scholastic Education; and Author
Dr. Maria Elena Argüelles
Dr. Maria Elena ArgŁelles
Educational Consultant and Author
Dr. Diane August
Dr. Diane August
Senior Research Scientist, Center for Applied Linguistics; Staff Director, National Literacy Panel on Language Minority Children and Youth; Educational Consultant
Wendy Buchberg
Wendy Buchberg
Instructional Technology Specialist, Curriculum Writer, and Teacher
Dr. Maria S. Carlo
Dr. Maria S. Carlo
Assistant Professor, Teaching and Learning Program, University of Miami
Dr. Ruth Culham
Dr. Ruth Culham
President, The Culham Writing Company
Dr. Anne Cunningham
Dr. Anne Cunningham
Associate Professor of Cognition and Development, University of California– Berkeley
Dr. Willard Daggett
Dr. Anne Cunningham

President of the International Center for Leadership in Education

Linda Diamond
Linda Diamond
Executive Vice President, Consortium on Reading Excellence (CORE)
Sharon Draper
Sharon Draper
1997 National Teacher of the Year; National Board Certified Teacher in English Language Arts
Dr. Kevin Feldman
Dr. Kevin Feldman
Director of Reading and Early Intervention, Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE)
Dr. Shari Frost
Dr. Shari Frost
Director, Literacy Partners Project; Researcher, and Teacher
Dr. Ted Hasselbring
Dr. Ted Hasselbring
Professor of Special Education, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University
Dr. Elfrieda H. Hiebert
Dr. Elfrieda H. Hiebert
Adjunct Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Phyllis C. Hunter
Phyllis C. Hunter
President, Phyllis C. Hunter Consulting, Inc.
Carol Jago
Carol Jago
English Teacher, Santa Monica (CA) High School;
Director, California Reading and Literature Project at UCLA
Carlton P. Jordan Jr.
Carlton P. Jordan Jr.
Education Consultant; President, A Novel Approach
Dr. Kate Kinsella
Dr. Kate Kinsella
Teacher Educator, Department of Secondary Education at San Francisco State University
Dr. Mary Lou McCloskey
Dr. Mary Lou McCloskey
Consultant and Author
Noelle Morris
Noelle Morris
Regional Consultant for the Southeast Region, Scholastic Education
Dr. Melvina Phillips
Dr. Melvina Phillips
NASSP Consultant for Literacy and Professional Development
Enrique Puig
Enrique Puig
Resource Coordinator, Florida Literacy and Reading Excellence Center, University of Central Florida
Dr. Mel Riddile
Dr. Mel Riddile
Principal, T.C. Williams High School, Alexandria, Virginia; 2006 National High School Principal of the Year
Laura Robb
Laura Robb
Literacy Coach, Educational Consultant, Teacher, and Author
Dr. Timothy Shanahan
Dr. Timothy Shanahan
Professor, Urban Education University of Illinois at Chi­cago; Di­rector, UIC Center for Literacy
Dr. A. Jackson Stenner
Dr. A. Jackson Stennert
Co-founder of MetaMetrics, Inc., President of the Institute for Objective Measurement, and Board Member for the National Institute for Statistical Sciences
Dr. Elizabeth Sturtevant
Dr. Elizabeth Sturtevant
Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Literacy Program, College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University
Dr. Julie Washington
Dr. Julie Washington
Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders, College of Letters and Science, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Dr. Marilyn Jachetti Whirry
Dr. Marilyn Jachetti Whirry
California Teacher of the Year for 2000, former Loyola Marymount University Professor of the Year.
Dr. Jeffrey Wilhelm
Dr. Jeffrey Wilhelm
Associate Professor, Boise State University; Author, and Presenter
Dr. Clarissa Willis
Dr. Clarissa Willis
Associate Professor of Special Education; Associate Director, Center of Excellence in Early Childhood Learning, East Tennessee State University
Dr. Maryanne Wolf
Dr. Maryanne Wolf
Director, Center for Reading and Language Research, Tufts University; John DiBiaggio Chair of Citizenship and Public Service;  Professor in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development
In cooperation with Consortium on Reading Excellence (CORE)
Approved as a model school reform provider by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, CORE is a recognized professional development and technical assistance provider.