Ms. Pisano is an integrated academics teacher specializing in promoting literacy in the content areas and she is retired from NYS public school system. Currently Ms. Pisano works as the retention coordinator at Dutchess Community College; there she researches persistence trends for developmental education students and participates in program development. Ms. Pisano earned a Master in Education from SUNY-New Paltz and a Masters in Social Work from New York University.  She holds two professional teaching licenses as well as a social work license. Once a skeptic regarding differentiation, she is  passionate about inspiring teachers—through conference sessions and full-day workshops–to try engaging students through differentiation.

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