Kim Marcum was an elementary principal for 15 years in the state of Washington. Prior to that, she taught both elementary and secondary students with behavioral disabilities, first as a special education teacher and later as a learning specialist. Kim is a widely respected educational leader with a passion for orchestrating success in even the most challenging of students. In 2000, she received the Regional Distinguished Principal of the Year award, presented by the Association of Washington School Principals. Her workshops in the areas of behavior management, study skills, and reading research are highly regarded throughout the country. She has also authored and coauthored a number of publications, most notably Project ACCESS, a study skills program designed for at-risk students.
Universal tools to craft the climate and culture of the whole school.
Tools to help teachers make a positive impact with all of their students.
Individualized interventions to support students with the greatest need.
Tools to develop and enhance explicit instruction across the curriculum and intervention programs to improve reading achievement.