During this holiday season, we are taking a moment to reflect on the impact we have had at Pivot Learning, and to thank you for going on this journey with us.
This has been an eventful year at Pivot – we shortened our name, got a new logo and look, and partnered with 72 districts to improve outcomes for students! Our Center for Equitable Education Spending helped districts identify millions of dollars in their budget to reallocate to important priorities, and Beyond High School is transforming the student learning experience across California. We partnered with fifty leaders, from high school principals to school board members to think about how the LCAP could be better, and we continue with our commitment to supporting rural schools.
One thing is clear: we couldn’t have done any of this without your support. From all of us at Pivot to you and yours, we wish you peace and a prosperous 2017!
In her most recent position before Pivot, at CTB/McGraw Hill, Cheryl was VP, Technical Product Management where she built a team from the ground up and directed development of enterprise-size technology solutions. Earlier in her tenure, Cheryl was the General Manager of Key Curriculum, an educational publishing and software company acquired by McGraw Hill.
As the Director of Instructional Design for Scholastic®, Cheryl was responsible for building the student software client for the RtI program, Math 180®.
She co-wrote and directed the development of a second proposal, winning an additional $4.4 million. Further, Cheryl collaborated with the CEO and a small team to build a business model to scale Math Solutions’ professional services.