Diana Fedderman is the Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning for the School District of Palm Beach County, the 10th largest district in the country. Diana grew up in the Palm Beach county school system and started her career as a middle school English teacher. After teaching for fourteen years, she has worked within the Curriculum and Instruction Department as a writing specialist and literacy administrator before becoming the District’s Curriculum Director.
In her current role as Assistant Superintendent, Diana is leading the implementation of a culturally relevant, high-quality curriculum in K-12 literacy and K-8 mathematics. She is excited about the work with community organizations to examine curriculum with an equity lens. This ensures materials are representative of the diverse cultures within the District.
Diana earned her B.A. in English as well as her M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Florida Atlantic University. She is working on her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on high-quality instructional materials to leverage change in teacher practice.
Hear from Diana
Diana’s reflections on the keys to success in literacy instruction can be found in Back to Basics: The Keys to Successful Literacy Instruction, a blog that she authored for FASA.