Posted June 3, 2016
(Oakland, CA) – CORE is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 National Advisory Board composed of eight influential leaders in research-based strategies on literacy, mathematics, and professional learning. This year, CORE adds Dr. Louisa Moats and Dr. Rick Miller to the National Advisory Board.
The two new members of the National Advisory Board bring a wealth of knowledge. Dr. Moats was a contributing writer of the Common Core State Standards, Foundational Reading Skills for grades K-5 and is a well-respected author on reading, spelling, language, and teacher preparation. Dr. Rick Miller has been a teacher and principal at the elementary and secondary levels, instructed at the university level, and served as superintendent in six districts across two states during his forty-year career in education.
The full CORE 2016-2017 National Advisory Board includes:
“All of the National Advisory Board members offer a tremendous amount of insight to our organization,” says Linda Diamond, CEO of CORE. “Working together, we will continue our legacy of remaining a research-based organization.”
The National Advisory Board meets annually to review current research and best practices on raising student achievement for a diverse set of learners.