Robert Marzano co-founded Marzano Research over a decade ago to provide research-based, partner-centered support for educators and education agencies—with the goal of helping teachers improve educational practice.
As strategic advisor, Robert brings over 50 years of experience in action-based education research, professional development, and curriculum design to Marzano Research. He has expertise in standards-based assessment, cognition, school leadership, and competency-based education, among a host of areas. Having authored a vast array of books and articles, including The New Art and Science of Teaching, Robert has been a key figure in transforming education systems both in the United States and worldwide.
Robert is an international speaker and trainer sought after for his expertise in the field. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from Iona College in New York, a master’s degree in education in reading/language arts from Seattle University, and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of Washington.