Sarah D. Henry
Educational Leader & Author
As a curriculum administrator, Sarah Henry is an expert in the area of secondary school science, research based instructional strategies, literacy in the content area, assessing for learning, curriculum alignment, and professional learning communities (PLCs). As a school system consultant, she wants all school districts to reach their full potential – regardless of budget. She gives workshops throughout Indiana and helps administrators implement a leadership model that reduces education gaps and increases student success.
Sarah D. Henry
As a curriculum administrator, Sarah Henry is an expert in the area of secondary school science. As a school system consultant, she wants all school districts to reach their full potential – regardless of budget. She gives workshops throughout Indiana and helps administrators implement a leadership model that reduces education gaps and increases student success.
Critically Acclaimed Services
Sarah Henry’s school system has the highest graduation rate in the State of Indiana. The turnaround was achieved by utilizing this system, and without the same economic advantages, helping Brownsburg go from 27ᵗʰ to 1ˢᵗ in the state.
“This workshop was 5/5 in value! It’s always helpful to grow as an educator. This was most valuable because we aren’t just adding more things to our plates, but we were taught to take things off our plates to focus on what’s important. I would highly recommend!”
The Knowing-Doing Gap is a constant obstacle in education. After presenting at state and national principals’ conferences, the question is often asked, “Now how do we actually do this?”
As a secondary school science administrator, Sarah Henry does professional development, curriculum development, training, hiring, and evaluations for science teachers in the Brownsburg, Indiana school district. Through her experience in helping Brownsburg go from 27ᵗʰ to 1ˢᵗ in state rankings, teaches others how to put proven strategies into place.
“My goal is to spread the knowledge that students can get a quality education, even if their school isn’t set up as optimal.”
She presents information related to education alignment at teacher and principal conferences on the local, state, and national level. She also provides curriculum consulting for specific projects.
Arrows is a step-by-step guide, providing knowledge of how inequities in education and more uniform public learning can be achieved. This book will help you understand how school districts can tweak their current system to make sure all their ‘arrows’ are pointing in the same direction.
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