Cameron L. Rains, EdD, is the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction for Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation. In this role, he is part of a team working to ensure that all students in the district learn at high levels. Previously, Dr. Rains served as a teacher and instructional coach, and he acquired almost ten years of administrative experience as a director of elementary education and director of curriculum and instruction. Dr. Rains delivers professional development for Marzano Research on a wide range of topics across the United States. He serves as lead on the High Reliability Teacher model and assisted with its development.
Dr. Rains is passionate about teacher, school, and district leadership and applying research findings in the school environment. He coauthored an article on the importance of reading fluency for Reading and Writing Quarterly and is coauthor of the books Leading High Reliability Schools (2018) and Stronger Together—Answering the Questions of Collaborative Leadership (2018).
Dr. Rains earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and a master of science degree in educational leadership from Indiana University. He also holds an educational specialist degree and doctorate in educational leadership from Ball State University.