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Garth Larson

garth-larson-author.jpgGarth Larson is the K-12 Director of Learning for the Winneconne Community School District in Northeast Wisconsin and also serves as President of FIRST Educational Resources, based out of Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Currently working on his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, he sits on the Board of Directors for ASCD Wisconsin, serves on the K-12 Advisory Council for Education for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and also serves as an adjunct faculty member for educational courses offered through Dominican University of California as well as the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.   

Garth has previously worked as an elementary principal in two separate Northeast Wisconsin School Districts and started his career in education as a high school speech and English teacher.  In 2011, Garth formed Wisconsin Educational Resources (now FIRST) with a focus of improving student achievement across the United States. Since 2011, over 850 school districts throughout the country have become partnership districts with his company. Garth currently consults to school districts around the country and provides customized professional development around a variety of topics, mainly Professional Learning Communities, Response to Intervention/MTSS, Grading and Reporting, and School Improvement. In addition to Target-Based Grading in Collaborative Teams, Garth is also the author of recently released Collaborative Systems of Support: Learning for ALL with co-authors Tom Hierck and Chris Weber.

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