Professional Development at Research for Better Teaching

Kenneth Chapman

Ken has worked at the elementary, middle, high school, and college levels and has been both an assistant principal and principal.  He is the lead facilitator of the Massachusetts Elementary School Principals’ Association Principal Certification Program. Ken’s particular interests include developing effective leaders and high-performing teams, supporting administrators dealing with ineffective teachers and difficult school cultures, and managing change. He was a member of the National Association of Elementary School Principals' task force that revised Proficiencies for Principals (1991).  His particular interests include leadership, change, and group decision-making. Ken has 36 years in education.

RBT Consultant Emeritus