Randi SaulterImplementation Manager
"Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood."
- Helen Keller
Randi Saulter has an extensive history with Direct Instruction programs and materials, having helped districts, schools, and teachers from Ohio to San Francisco implement DI programs since 1989. Randi is a proven and effective DI trainer and coach, and has trained a variety of subjects, including reading, math, language arts, and writing. With her wealth of curriculum knowledge and experience analyzing classroom and school-wide data, Randi is able to ensure that schools choose the most pertinent materials and programs for their specific situation.
Randi received her M.S. in Communicative Disorders from San Francisco State University, a Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential for Speech-Language-Hearing, a Certification in Language Acquisition and Development, a California State License in Speech/Language Pathology and Audiology, and a Special Class Authorization for Severe Disorders of Language. Much of Randi’s work has been with students with severe language disorders, and she has worked with Special Education Programs often throughout her career. Randi also has an M.A. in Special Education, as well as one in Elementary Education from San Francisco State University, and has completed doctoral course work in Urban Education at the University of San Francisco.