Sandra Williams Page has been a presenter and workshop leader for over twenty years, first as a teacher, then as a central office administrator, and now as a full-time educational consultant. In those roles, she and instructional leaders at the school and district levels have offered professional training, have developed curriculum and instructional strategies, and have used administrative monitoring tools to effect changes toward serving diverse learners in regular classrooms. She serves as a professional consultant as well as being a faculty member with the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) in Alexandria, VA, and presents to groups across the United States, Canada, and internationally. Sandra helps schools and districts improve their understanding and implementation of Common Core Curriculum Standards, Differentiated Instruction, Understanding by Design, improving questioning, discussion, literacy strategies and skills. Among her publications, ASCD published a book of models of differentiated lessons called Differentiation in Practice, K-5, in which Sandra wrote the chapter on using literature circles. Her Educational Leadership article (Sept. 2000) spoke about how gifted students were being served by differentiation in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School district.