All students, means all students
a special interview with Lee Collyer.
Lee Collyer serves as Director, School Health and Student Safety at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) in Olympia, WA. Lee has 15-plus years’ experience leading and designing programs for students and families in various educational and residential environments. He has presented and trained professionals nationally on topics such as positive behavior support, youth readiness, special education, poverty, classroom management, crisis management, seclusion and restraint elimination/reduction, and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
At my core, I work from the firm belief that all students, means all students. Raised by a public school teacher in rural New England, with a 10 year pit stop in Oakland, CA, my entire career has been spent partnering with and advocating for historically marginalized students and families in public, private and institutional settings--I have extensive experience helping non-profit, district and building teams develop and sustain systems and strategies to effectively support all students across all three tiers of intervention.Support the show