George Lucas Educational Foundation

Kimberly Tew

Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction

Kimberly Tew, Ed.D., serves as the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction in Robbinsville, New Jersey. She is passionate about developing and retaining effective teachers; her doctorate in teacher leadership analyzed the impact of a multiyear induction program upon teacher self-efficacy. She is also committed to teacher-led professional development, social and emotional learning, promoting equity in the classroom, and 21st-century skills.

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  • School Leadership

    How a District Prioritizes Administrator PD

    Using low-resource practices like instructional rounds and biweekly strategic meetings can boost professional development for administrators.
  • Teacher Development

    The Benefits of a Multiyear Induction Program

    A New Jersey school district uses a four-year induction program to support teachers in the difficult early years.