Posted August 9, 2016
Tina Pelletier is a nationally-recognized leader in supporting administrators, staff development specialists, and teachers in developing effective systems of support to increase student achievement PreK-12. After eighteen years as a classroom teacher, reading interventionist, district curriculum leader, Ms. Pelletier became a part of CORE’s instructional service team in 1997. She spent seven years with CORE as part of the early development team creating training materials and supporting the consultant team.
Her recent experience has taken her to over thirty states nationally and four countries internationally to teach, model, and guide staff in using intense data analysis to effectively support students in Tier I, II, and III instruction. She has developed a data analysis process that helps district and schools increase achievement for staff and students.
Ms. Pelletier has served as an independent, international consultant providing practical support to federal and state agencies, administrators, districts, schools, and teachers in the area of Reading/Language Arts using a hands-on approach that is rooted in practical application of essential strategies with ties to data and rigorous attention to increased student achievement. Her areas of expertise include; School Program Improvement, Teacher Development and Training, Administrative Leadership, and Literacy through coaching, workshop, and institute opportunities. She is excited about rejoining the CORE Educational Services Team.