Chad Sutton

Chad Sutton oversees principals, assistant principals, and overall PreK–12 instruction for Kansas City’s Northland Schools, a district of over 21,000 learners and the largest school system in the City of Kansas City as well as the Missouri side of the Kansas City metropolitan area. He has been with Kansas City’s Northland Schools since 1999. Sutton’s career at Kansas City’s Northland Schools started as a teacher and coach before moving into leadership, first as an assistant principal and then as an elementary school principal. He was named deputy director of elementary education before becoming assistant superintendent of PreK–8 education and then moving into his current position.

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Collecting evidence to share impact of professional learning: Districts share their stories

By Chad Sutton, Godfrey Rangasammy, Sara Monaco and Scott Feder | February 19, 2020

Professional learning is the key to increased student outcomes. As school districts design professional learning, it is critical to consider the specific challenge you are working to address, the professional learning interventions you will employ, and to carefully plan for how you will measure the impact of those interventions so as to know whether to […]

Reading, writing, and reform

By Chad Sutton | April 1, 2019

A Missouri district uses Title II-A funds to improve literacy instruction.