Kim Marshall

former principal, Mather Elementary School

Kim Marshall began his career in 1969 teaching sixth graders in a Boston middle school. He used "learning stations" with some success, wrote curriculum materials for his students, gave workshops for teachers in the Boston area, and began to write articles on classroom and school innovation.

In 1987, Kim was made a principal. As leader of the Mather Elementary School for the next 15 years, Kim and his colleagues brought about significant improvements in student achievement, teacher effectiveness, and the quality of the curriculum. Kim now works for New Leaders for New Schools, a non-profit that recruits, trains, and supports urban principals. Kim coaches new principals in New York City, with a special focus on the effective implementation of interim assessments

Kim Marshall began his career in 1969 teaching sixth graders in a Boston middle school. He used "learning stations" with some success, wrote curriculum materials for his students, gave workshops for teachers in the Boston area, and began to write articles on classroom and school innovation.

In 1987, Kim was made a principal. As leader of the Mather Elementary School for the next 15 years, Kim and his colleagues brought about significant improvements in student achievement, teacher effectiveness, and the quality of the curriculum. Kim now works for New Leaders for New Schools, a non-profit that recruits, trains, and supports urban principals. Kim coaches new principals in New York City, with a special focus on the effective implementation of interim assessments

Website
www.marshallmemo.com
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