The people listed on this page have been trained to help schools use KEYS data as part of a continuous school improvement process.
|Linda Bacon||NEA Mid-Atlantic Region|
|Stacy Begin||California Teachers Assocation|
|Anita Benitas||California Teachers Association|
|Demetrice Davis||Ohio Education Association|
|Jovita Davis||Ypsilanti Public Schools|
|Marlene Fong||California Teachers Association|
|Peter Gust||Wisconsin Education Association Council|
|Lisa Guzman||Arizona Education Association|
|Ellen Holmes||NEA Priority Schools Campaign|
|Linda Keway||Michigan Education Association|
|Monica Mixon||Lower Merion School District|
|Princess Moss||National Education Association|
|Melissa Spencer||Des Moines Education Association|
|Pat Steinburg||Educational Service Group|
|Karrie Wallen||United Teachers of Richmond|
Contact NEA or the KEYS Administrator for your state to arrange for one of the coaches to work with your school/district.
What does the KEYS Coach do?
KEYS Coaches are trained to assist schools and districts in the interpretation of KEYS survey data and in using the results in the development of action plans.
How are KEYS Coaches trained?
NEA and its Affiliates offer training to potential KEYS Coaches.
How do you become a KEYS Coach?
Each Affiliate certifies KEYS Coaches.