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Anne Artley

Project Manager for Content & Communications

What I like most about my role within the Center…

Applying my creativity to promote a cause I’m passionate about as well as working with an engaging team.

What I believe in

Improving educational outcomes for all types of students.

Previous work highlights

I worked as a reporter and covered the 25th anniversary of the LA Riots in neighborhoods where it happened.

Favorite book

Together Tea by Marjan Kamali.

Fun fact

In high school, I taught synchronized swimming at a summer camp for a group of elementary-school aged students.


I am a graduate of Boston University’s Emerging Media Studies Program in the College of Communication. I also have an MA in journalism from the University of Southern California and completed undergraduate studies at Brown University.

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Featured Blog Posts

May 22, 2024 Wendy Vaulton, Associate Director for Reading Recovery & Early Interventions

Seeking to Understand the Science of Reading

The 2024 book, “Fact-checking the Science of Reading: Opening Up the Conversation,” is an unbiased, accessible review of ten major claims associated with the Science of Reading movement.

April 24, 2024 Cindy Downend, Associate Director of Literacy Programs

Evidence-Based? Research-Based? What does it all Mean?

Are you puzzled by the terms, evidence-based and research-based? Read on for some clarity and a bit of friendly advice.

April 11, 2024 Vivian Vasquez, Author & Professor

Centering What Matters to Children: How to Connect Your Teaching to Your Students’ Passions and Inquiry Questions

How do you decide what to focus on in your teaching? Our Kids, Books & Anti-Racism series speaker Vivian Vasquez starts by observing what her students care about.