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Karen Golembeski

Assistant Director of School Transformation

Karen Golembeski is the Assistant Director of School Transformation for NCLD, working in NCLD’s Washington, DC Office on education programs and public policy & advocacy projects. Karen believes all children deserve to enjoy learning and be given lots of opportunities to proudly show what they know to friends, teachers and their families. Over her many years at NCLD, Karen has worked to support educators and families by leading NCLD’s first early literacy screening program, Get Ready to Read!, and managing dozens of collaboration and partnership projects with educators, superintendents, national non-profits and state departments of education.

Karen holds a B.A. in humanities and early childhood education from Lesley University and an Ed.M in public policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education at Harvard University.

 

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Parents: Participate in a UCSF Research Program on Socio-Emotional Growth and Receive a Free Personalized Profile Report

UCSF Dyslexia Center (dyslexia.ucsf.edu) & brainLENS (brainlens.org) are asking parents who are interested in receiving their child’s socio-emotional profile at no cost, while contributing to an innovative new research program, which will examine students with and without learning differences. Who is eligible? Your children and students are eligible who are ages 9-16 years, with or … Continue reading Parents: Participate in a UCSF Research Program on Socio-Emotional Growth and Receive a Free Personalized Profile Report

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