Katie Laskasky

Ph.D., Program Manager

Katie Laskasky works to collaboratively develop and support the implementation of CORE’s professional learning and coaching model with schools and districts to include developing teacher capacity in instructional decision making and integrating job-embedded curriculum implementation support.

Katie also revises CORE’s professional learning curriculum to deepen teacher pedagogical content knowledge in providing math instruction aligned to the CA Mathematics Framework. Before joining CORE in 2021, she was a high school math teacher and, as clinical faculty, worked to design and implement a math instructional program, a K–12 teacher leadership program, and an innovative problem-solving approach that fosters a teacher team’s collective efficacy and individual teacher agency.

Katie holds a bachelor’s degree in business and mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, a master’s degree in Secondary Education from Loyola Marymount University, and a doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Loyola University Chicago.

Dr. Katie Kaskasky

Katie Laskasky

Ph.D., Program Manager

Katie Laskasky works to collaboratively develop and support the implementation of CORE’s professional learning and coaching model with schools and districts to include developing teacher capacity in instructional decision making and integrating job-embedded curriculum implementation support.

Katie also revises CORE’s professional learning curriculum to deepen teacher pedagogical content knowledge in providing math instruction aligned to the CA Mathematics Framework. Before joining CORE in 2021, she was a high school math teacher and, as clinical faculty, worked to design and implement a math instructional program, a K–12 teacher leadership program, and an innovative problem-solving approach that fosters a teacher team’s collective efficacy and individual teacher agency.

Katie holds a bachelor’s degree in business and mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, a master’s degree in Secondary Education from Loyola Marymount University, and a doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Loyola University Chicago.