Danielle Morris is the Assistant Head of Teaching and Learning at The Shefa School, a Jewish day school in New York City serving students with language-based learning disabilities. At Shefa, Danielle oversees the Teacher Residency program and supports faculty across the school. Through the Shefa Center, Danielle presents on a range of topics and consults with mainstream Jewish day schools to help build their capacity to better meet the needs of students with learning challenges.
Prior to joining Shefa, Danielle worked at The School at Columbia University, serving in various capacities including Lead Teacher, Instructor of Professional Development Workshops, and Literacy Liaison. Her prior experiences include working for the New York City Department of Education and presenting at numerous workshops and conferences.
Danielle is a graduate of the Literacy Specialist Program at Teachers College, Columbia University and holds a Masters degree in Early Childhood and General Education from Bank Street College. She is a member of both the national Reading League and the New York chapter and is passionate about staying at the forefront of educational practices and research.

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