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Melissa Leach works across the country designing and presenting customized professional development. She is often times a keynote speaker and a sought after presenter for hundreds of districts. She has been a classroom teacher, a State Level Literacy Specialist, a Professional Learning Designer for DC Public Schools and a District English Language Arts and Reading Specialist.

It is Melissa’s desire to have a great impact on student achievement. At the present time, the way she does that is through teaching teachers.  Before beginning to train educators, Melissa was a dynamic classroom teacher.  She is a firm believer in the Gradual Release of Responsibility model as well as the Balanced Literacy Framework.  Her knowledge of Balanced Literacy comes from a strong Bachelor’s degree and graduate studies from Michigan State University as well as a Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M University.  WHOOP   Leach’s Literacy trainings blend the research and knowledge of best practice with hands on application to a real life classroom setting. Melissa is reaching more students, one teacher at a time.