Beverly Maul, M.Ed.
Director, Educational Support Services

Mrs. Maul provides support to districts in the administration of education services.  Her areas of expertise include instructional strategies, student assessment and data, curriculum development, teacher training and staff development, categorical and intervention programs, program improvement, and all aspects of site and district office administrator support. 

For more than thirty years, Mrs. Maul has worked with students, parents and educators in primary, secondary and post-secondary education.  She has successfully served in many roles including teacher for grades 2 through 10, site principal at both elementary and secondary levels, central office administrator for education services and supervisor and lecturer for the department of education at UC Davis.  Under her leadership student performance has shown significant growth at every school for which she was responsible.  She has guided communities through many challenges including school closure, modernization projects, new school openings, transitions to standards-based instruction, program improvement processes and staff reductions.  Her strengths include a deep understanding of effective instructional practices, an ability to effectively support groups through change, an ability to develop and maintain strong relationships and a belief in building the capacity of each individual to do his or her best work. 

Mrs. Maul holds many credentials including elementary teaching, secondary teaching, reading specialist and administrative services.  She also holds two masters degrees in education with specialties in reading research and in administrative services.