Stephanie Edgar has more than 35 years of experience in public education. She has served as a teacher, Reading Recovery specialist, literacy collaborative coach, instructional specialist, Title I program coordinator, instructional officer of professional development and planning, and associate director of curriculum and instruction. In 2016, she retired as Klein ISD’s (KISD) director of campus instructional support.
Stephanie is a passionate advocate for student engagement and professional development. Her energy and enthusiasm for education make her a talented group facilitator who helps audiences collaborate, think outside the box, and strategically plan to reach their goals.
In 2016, she received the KISD Superintendent’s Initiative Award for her role in the creation of Transform Academy, which relies on collective work to encourage the identification of best practices, outstanding resources, and progressive learning environments. During her time in KISD over $1 billion in bonds were passed. Stephanie served on the design team for a new intermediate campus and helped design classrooms that support student engagement and transformational learning including collaborative learning areas, flexible spaces, technology integration, and furniture selection.
She is an experienced facilitator of:
- Professional Learning Communities
- Instructional Leadership
- Technology Integration
- Instructional Coaching
- Leadership Development
- Academy Planning and Implementation Strategies
- Professional Learning Planning
Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Southwest Texas State University (Texas State University; San Marcos, TX) and her Master of Education in Teacher Leadership from Lamar University (Beaumont, TX).