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Kim Greene

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Senior Editor, Understood.org

Kim Greene is a senior editor with the National Center for Learning Disabilities, specifically focusing on content that supports K–12 educators as they teach students with learning and attention issues.

Kim began her career as an elementary teacher and was particularly passionate about working with struggling readers. Since then, she has held editorial roles at Scholastic and most recently served as an editor of ASCD’s Educational Leadership magazine.

Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and English from The College of New Jersey and a master’s degree in literacy education from New York University.

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NCLD Celebrates the 1 in 5 at Annual Benefit Dinner

On Monday, March 5th, NCLD brought together 450 friends and supporters for its Annual Benefit Dinner at New York City’s Cipriani 42nd Street. The evening celebrated the 1 in 5 people with learning and attention issues, reducing stigma and lifting up the voices of the young people, parents and educators who NCLD serves each day. … Continue reading NCLD Celebrates the 1 in 5 at Annual Benefit Dinner

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