Jane Doty Fischer is a trainer, consultant, and professional developer with a background and expertise in school improvement at the district, school, and classroom levels. Her passionate leadership inspires change. Experienced in Dr. Robert J. Marzano's research-based strategies and practices, Jane works with all levels of educators, offering short- and long-term training and professional development.
Her extensive experience as an educator includes work in New York, New Jersey, South Carolina, Florida, and Texas. Jane has also worked with McREL in Colorado, where she was a principal consultant. Additionally, Jane has worked on educational projects with Disney, ABC, and PBS. She received a commendation from the governor of Indiana for her work with educators on the Indiana Teaching Optimization Producing Higher Achievement Trends (TOPHAT) Consortium.
She is coauthor of several resources including Pathfinder: Reading for Meaning, Purpose, and Inspiration, which focuses on reading skills and is based on The Pathfinder Project.
Jane received a certificate of advanced study in educational administration from the State University of New York at Oswego, a master of science in gifted education from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, and a bachelor of science in elementary education from Keuka College.