Linda is a professor at Rutgers University who is passionate about helping schools maximize educator growth and student success. She received her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Arizona and has published over 140 publications on classroom assessment, teacher effectiveness, coaching, behavior disorders, and educational technology. Linda is the lead author of the Classroom Strategies Assessment System and Coaching Model.
Her work has been funded by federal and private foundation grants (over 56 million) and has received multiple research accolades. She is a Fellow of American Education Research Association and American Psychological Associations as well as an inducted member of Society of the Study of School Psychology. Linda is also a nationally certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist. Most importantly, she is a proud mother of twin daughters, an avid runner, hiker, and alpine skier who lives in New Jersey.