Dr. Shari Frost has enjoyed a rich and varied professional life as an educator. She has served as an elementary classroom teacher, a reading specialist, a professional developer, and an instructor at the university level. Currently, she consults with literacy coaches, intervention specialists, classroom teachers, and children in classrooms to support the improvement of literacy instruction in the Chicago Public Schools. Shari is also an active member in professional organizations, including National Council of Teachers of English, International Literacy Association and the state level affiliates, and she presents frequently at conferences sponsored by these organizations. She is the author of Rethinking Intervention: Supporting Struggling Readers in the Regular Classroom, a co-author of Effective Literacy Coaching: Building Expertise and a Culture of Literacy with Roberta Buhle and Camille Blachowicz, and a principal writer for the PARCC formative tools for grades K-2.
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