Kathy L. Myles
Kathy L. Myles is an educator of more than 30 years who currently serves as statewide coaching coordinator at the Wisconsin Response to Intervention (RTI) Center with the responsibility of assisting Wisconsin schools with putting high-quality instruction, balanced assessment, and collaboration practices and systems into operation through a leadership and coaching lens. Prior to joining the Center, Myles served as a district and site level administrator in multiple districts. She earned a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from UW–Madison and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Marian College in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Myles is married and a proud mother and grandmother. A spiritual person, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, reading and the occasional workout. Myles appreciates motivational quotes, and below is one of her favorites.
“The challenge of education is simple: to teach the children who come, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, socioeconomic background, or gender, how to read, write, think, compute, appreciate the arts, speak well, and behave in socially acceptable ways, so that they can become economically independent, contributing members of society.”