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Jenny Taylor

Jenny has over a decade of experience in education policy and research. She has worked with states and districts on the development and implementation of college and career readiness policies, especially around the implementation of rigorous standards and high-quality instructional materials. She has extensive knowledge about K–12 standards, graduation requirements, assessments, and accountability systems nationwide. Additionally, she has conducted research for school districts to address pressing needs in those districts. Jenny received her B.A. in English and education from Bucknell University and her M.Ed. in education policy from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education.

Jenny Taylor

Grassroots Enthusiasm Powers Adoption of Evidence-Based Math and ELA Curricula

The Pentucket (Massachusetts) Regional School District’s journey to using high-quality mathematics and English language arts (ELA) instructional...

Educators Embrace Knowledge-Building Curricula, from Math Sprints to Playground Conversations

Improved achievement on state tests tell part of the success story at Capitol Collegiate Academy, a K–8 public charter school in Sacramento,...

Grassroots Effort Spurs Excellence Outside Wichita

Angela Knapp recalls her anxiety when the Maize Unified School District 266 school board was getting ready to vote in 2017 about whether to adopt ...

Amid Many Changes, Quality Curriculum Supports Students and Teachers

Superintendent Shawn Kimble and his leadership team were clear. Despite the many challenges caused by the pandemic, the district was not about to...

Leading Public Charter Network Embraces Rigorous ELA and Math Curricula

IDEA Public Schools is one of the largest and most successful public charter networks in thecountry. Started in 2000 in the Rio Grande Valley in...

LA Schools Make Double-Digit Gains with Eureka Math

PARTNERSHIP PROFILE

18 schools: 9 elementary, 4 middle, 5 high school

13,500 students

100% low-income

Most elementary schools adopted ...

Eureka Math and Wit & Wisdom Help California Charter School Network Continue Strong Gains in Math and ELA

SCHOOLS PROFILE

Santa Ana438 students 86% low-income 40% English Learners 96% Hispanic/Latino

Adopted Eureka Math in School Year 2016–2017 ...

District Encouraged by Year One Math Gains

DISTRICT PROFILE Schools: 83 Students: 41,500

Adopted Eureka Math in School Year 2018–2019

Quentina Timoll, assistant superintendent of...

Even after Initial Gains, Elementary School Leaders Increase Investments in Professional Development

SCHOOL PROFILE

1,320 students

Grades K–5 adopted Eureka Math in School Year 2017–2018

Students at Legacy Early College Charter School, a...

District Continues to Outpace the State Average. Progress Continues into 2019.

DISTRICT PROFILE Schools: 11 Students: 6,300 72% low-income

Adopted Eureka Math in Grades 3–5 in School Year 2015–2016

This small school...

Scores Up for Students—and for Teachers Too

Trust the process.

That is Jared Myracle’s advice for educators using Eureka Math® and, not coincidentally, the hashtag he uses on all of his...

School Experiences Major Gains in First Year with Eureka Math®, Goes from Failing to Inspiring Others in District

SCHOOL PROFILE Grades: K–5 Students: 415

Percentage of students from low-income families: 100 percent

Adopted Eureka Math: 2018–2019 school...

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