Cerelle Morrow collaborates with schools and districts to design and implement professional learning in the area of English Learners, English Learners with disabilities (ELSWD), adolescent literacy, and best practices related to standards-based instruction and professional learning communities (PLCs). She is also a member of WestEd’s VITAL Collaboration and Reading to Learn program service teams.
Additonally, Morrow provides technical assistance to SEAs as part of her work with the REL-NEI and two comprehensive centers (R2CC & R7CC) in the southeast and northeast and islands around effective teaching and learning for school and district improvement. In this role, she has contributed to the development of multiple English Learner state frameworks and guidance documents.
She has her MEd from Teachers College at Columbia University, is a former middle school ESL teacher, and was a Peace Corps ESL teacher trainer in the Philippines.