Beverly Ray of Monument, Colorado has been a professional educator since 1975. Bev has been a teacher, special education supervisor, executive director of instruction and a principal at the elementary, middle and high school levels. She has been an adjunct professor at the graduate level for the past 12 years in the areas of leadership, special education, and curriculum. She has worked extensively with prominent Charter Schools across the United States in program development, administrative leadership and academic achievement.
She has a B.S. and a M.S. from the University of North Dakota in Speech and Language Pathology. She has an Educational Specialist degree from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota in Educational Administration, and Curriculum and Instruction.
Bev is a consultant in the area of curriculum and instruction, and special education and has extensive experience with teacher training from elementary to high school. During her elementary, high school principal positions and central office positions, she implemented the foundations of the A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Learning Structures, and the procedures of Meeting Standards and Raising Test Scores. She retired from public education after 31 years.
A Framework for Understanding Poverty
Engage and Graduate your Secondary Students: Preventing Dropouts
The Paraprofessional: A Key to Student Success
Raising Achievement with 9 Systemic Processes
Meeting AYP with Six Simple Processes for Administrators
Response to Intervention
Common Core, Implementing a Road Map to Learning
Evening Workshop with Parents