- Instructional tools
- Reading and literacy
- Special education and learning disabilities
- Professional development
Kim Greene is the managing editor at Understood on a team of writers and editors who plan and produce content that supports K–12 educators. She oversees the Understood Teacher Fellowship program and works directly with educators across the country who are committed to improving outcomes for students with learning and attention issues. Greene began her career as an elementary teacher where her passion for working with struggling readers led her to earn a reading specialist certificate. At Scholastic, she wrote and edited teacher’s guides to supplement student resources. She then served as the senior editor of Instructor and Scholastic Administrator magazines. Most recently, she was the senior associate editor of Educational Leadership magazine. Greene received the Association for American Publishing REVERE Award for best news and reporting, as well as Jesse H. Neal Awards for best instructional content. She was also honored by the Association Media & Publishing in 2017 as an Emerging Leader in publishing. Greene earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and English from The College of New Jersey and a master’s degree in literacy education from New York University.