Julie Kessler

CPAC Project Staff and Principal, San Francisco International High School

Julie is a practitioner lead for the CA Performance Assessment Collaborative. She has worked as a teacher, instructional coach, and administrator in four different International High Schools in New York and California since 2003. Julie was a student teacher and literacy teacher at International at LaGuardia Community College, a founding teacher at Flushing International High School, an instructional coach at Oakland and San Francisco International High Schools, and Co-Principal at San Francisco International High School. She became Principal at San Francisco International High School in 2013.

Julie received her B.A. in Secondary English Education from New York University and holds an M.A. in International Educational Administration and Policy Analysis from Stanford University, as well as an M.A. in Urban Education Administration from UC Berkeley. Outside of her work with the Internationals, Julie has also worked as a houseparent at a boarding school, taught in Chile for two years, and worked as a researcher for the Stanford School Redesign Network.

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  • California Performance Assessment Collaborative

    California Performance Assessment Collaborative

    The California Performance Assessment Collaborative represents educators, policymakers, and researchers who are working to study and advance the use of authentic approaches to assessment, such as presentations, projects, and portfolios, which require students to demonstrate applied knowledge of content and use of 21st century skills. The lessons captured and documented from this work will inform educators seeking to implement performance assessments, as well as policymakers who are developing next-generation assessment and accountability policies.