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Kate Fuller

Generation Schools Network

Kate Fuller has 31 years of elementary school experience, with the first twenty-two as a teacher and the final nine as principal. Kate has extensive experience as a reading coach and in staff development for Orton-Gillingham based program: The Spalding Method. In addition, she has worked in higher education for Fort Lewis College and Adams State University as a student teacher supervisor and adjunct professor leading various educational courses. During her time at GSN, she has facilitated the redesign of the Time, Talent and Resources at two elementary schools, completed multiple Diagnostic Reviews while training staffs in Improvement Planning strategies. As a Turnaround Leadership Coach, she has found it rewarding to support a Turnaround School’s transition into a successful school status. Coaching principals and presenting Social Emotional Learning workshops with onsite coaching are also fulfilling aspects of Kate’s GSN work. Kate represents Generation Schools Network as a partner in the Teach Strong Movement whose goal is to make modernizing and elevating the teaching profession the top education policy issue of our time. Kate has earned her BA in Early Childhood Education from the University of Cincinnati and a MA in Educational Leadership from Adams State University.  Kate recently completed training to become certified in SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol).