Mrs. Kim Mather, M.A. is currently working as a testing technician at Karen Gieseke, Ph.D. and Associates. Kim has 30 years of educational experience with undergraduate and graduate degrees in Special Education (Hope College, Michigan), Elementary Education (Hope College and University of Rhode Island) and a graduate certificate in Educational Administration (Boston University). She is a recently-retired school principal.
Throughout her three decades in education she has developed expertise in teaching and learning (Reading, Writing, and Mathematics in particular). Additionally, Kim has expertise in behavior plans and special education plans and assessments.
She is well-versed in formative, summative and state-wide educational testing that is used throughout Rhode Island’s schools. Kim is able to provide a wide variety of expertise in testing and educational consultation. Kim and her husband have raised 5 children and are now enjoying their successes in college, graduate school and/or careers.