Sandra Campo is a Fellow at the Institute for Learning and a member of the Mathematics Disciplinary Literacy team at the Institute for Learning, designing and delivering professional development in various districts. She served as co-chair of the middle school writing team for the College Board's SpringBoard program and currently continues to work nationally with this program. Additionally, Campo worked with the Frameworks Development and Assessment Committees at the Rhode Island State Department of Education.
Campo served for thirty-one years in the Providence (RI) Public Schools, working in both teaching and leadership roles. After teaching mathematics at both the middle and high school levels, and acting as Mathematics Department Head at the middle school, she also worked as a District Mathematics Resource Specialist at the central office. In this role, she designed and delivered professional development for K-12 teachers of mathematics. She co-managed the district's Saturday Academy, a program to provide additional support and instruction for middle and high school students. Since her retirement from Providence, she continues to work as coach at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
Sandra holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Education from the University of Rhode Island and a Master of Education in Urban Education from Rhode Island College.