Amy Proulx is a consultant and project manager with SchoolWorks. She has led and participated in hundreds of School Quality Reviews, Charter Evaluation and Renewal visits nationwide and internationally. Amy has experience reviewing charter applications and designs and facilitates professional development sessions and courses for charter networks, state districts and schools.
Prior to working with SchoolWorks, Amy founded and led two K-8 English as a New Language Programs, one of which contributed to a 21 percent gain in ELA, or the highest growth in the Network’s six elementary schools. She has over a decade of experience working with English and multi-lingual language learners; and outside of New York, Amy has taught a myriad of diverse learners at the high school and university levels in Boston, Italy, and the People’s Republic of China. Amy has worked with districts including the Clover Park School District, Los Angeles Unified School District, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Providence Public School District, and St. Cloud Area School District 742 around comprehensive school improvement from strategic planning and leadership development to targeting supports for ELL/MLLs.
Amy is a Regional Director for the Performance Review Program for Initial Licensure (PRPIL), an alternative licensure program for teachers in Massachusetts. In addition to mentoring Peace Corps Jaffe Fellows and Teaching Residents (TR@TC), she also supervises student teachers in the TESOL PK-12 Program at Teachers College. Amy earned her Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College and her Master of Arts degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Teachers College, Columbia University.