Julee Broscoff has served in public education for 32 years as a teacher, instructional coach, assistant principal, principal, Reading First director, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, and most recently, as superintendent of schools for the Slaton Independent School District in Texas.
Julee is passionate about translating quality educational research into practice. Her areas of research interest include poverty and its effects on organizational expectations, strategies for building pipelines of strong educators in high-need districts and mitigating strategies for the effects of trauma on learning.
Julee graduated from Lubbock Christian University with a bachelor's degree in elementary education and English. She is an alumna of Texas Tech University's College of Educational Leadership where she received her Master of Education in leadership and has completed all coursework toward her Doctor of Education.