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018 Support Your Child in School and Life with Nancy Taylor

Season 1, Ep. 18

Join us for today's episode of the EdTech Speaks podcast where we are joined by Nancy Taylor, Chief Education Officer for Taylor Educational Advocacy.

Nancy has worked with thousands of families to create and implement effective plans to ensure that their children succeed in school and beyond. Her approach to advocacy and intervention employs a framework developed based on 30 years of experience as a school psychologist and administrator and includes both clinical and educational practices.

Engaging school staff, parents, and children as problem-solving partners leads to the best outcomes. Over the course of her career, she have been a sought-after trainer and expert for parents, community groups, and school teams on interventions, instructional best practices, and assessment.

She says, "Parents are looking to optimize outcomes for their children, from a wellness perspective, from a success perspective, from an achievement perspective. Working with somebody like me who understands schools, who can handle the conversations with schools in a way that's positive and supportive, really has value."


Learn more and connect with Nancy here:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-taylor-787830122/

https://www.instagram.com/tayloredadvocacy/

https://www.facebook.com/tayloreducationaladvocacy/

https://www.tayloredadvocacy.com/

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