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Christina Corser

Highlander Institute
Rhode Island
As a Partner, Christina works with administrators, teachers, and students to realize their visions for school redesign. Christina believes that culturally responsive personalized learning is the lever for radical change in education and supporting student agency and equity. At the Institute, Christina develops and delivers high-quality professional development, classroom modeling, and individual coaching sessions for teachers, school administrators, and district personnel as it relates to Highlander Institute’s pedagogical framework and school change framework. She is also the creator of Highlander Institute’s Be Education podcast. Before working at Highlander Institute, Christina supported students and teachers as a behavioral and academic interventionist, taught 4th grade in an intentionally diverse charter school, and taught K-12 in a residential behavioral health facility in Honolulu, HI. Christina holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Rhode Island, and a Master’s in Teaching from Rhode Island College. She lives in Portsmouth, RI with her husband, Matt, her twin boys, Daniel and Benjamin, and her daughter Maya.