Dr. Tracy White Weeden, President & CEO of Neuhaus Education Center in Houston, TX, recently joined Laura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer at 95 Percent Group, to discuss advancing literacy and academic excellence for children and adults. During this webinar, she shared essential insights about:
At the end of the event, Dr. Weeden answered questions and shared resources to support advancing instructional literacy practices in Texas districts and schools.
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Laura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer, 95 Percent Group
In her role as Chief Academic Officer for 95 Percent Group, Laura Stewart drives our leadership position and is our primary Reading Science advocate. Her journey began as a classroom teacher and a school district administrator which ignited her lifelong passion for empowering educators to positively impact ALL students and ultimately change the course of literacy achievement in this country. Before joining 95 Percent Group, Laura served as the Chief Innovation Officer for The Reading League and was the Chief Academic Officer for Professional Development with the Highlights Education Group and is a LETRS® Certified Trainer.
Dr. Tracy White Weeden, President and CEO, Neuhaus Education Center
Dr. Tracy White Weeden has spent her career working to advance literacy and academic excellence. In her role as President and CEO of Neuhaus Education Center, Dr. Weeden provides leadership and support in the areas of financial management, recruitment and development, fundraising, initiating and furthering relationships with NEC partners, and guidance of professional and public relations. Prior to Neuhaus, Dr. Weeden was the Executive Director of Academic Planning with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Intervention Services Group, and before that she spent more than five years as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for the Houston Independent School District. To learn more about Neuhaus’ programs and services, visit www.neuhaus.org.