Dr. Diana Strohecker
Dr. Diana Strohecker has spent 45 years in public education as a teacher, reading specialist, assistant principal, principal, and director of school performance. She has taught graduate courses at Johns Hopkins University, specializing in Human Communication Disorders. Currently, Dr. Strohecker has been consulting and providing literacy coaching for the Urban Learning Leadership Center. Her current work is centered in Illinois in the Cahokia, Centralia, and East St. Louis school districts. The primary goal with these schools is to provide research-based, instructional literacy strategies so that all students will be successful with reading and writing. Professional development (both in-person and virtually), demonstration lessons, classroom visitations with feedback, and coaching for all teachers, school administrators, and central office administrators are provided to participating schools with fidelity.