Dr. Tim Tatsui
Dr. Tim Tatsui, Pearson's Vice President of K12 Efficacy Implementation, North America, leads a team of efficacy directors and managers focused squarely on studying implementation and outcomes. He and his team partner with Pearson internal teams and territory, region, state, district, and school partners to improve, measure, codify, and increase the likelihood of (a) learner outcomes, (b) the specific and necessary antecedents to and conditions for learner outcomes, and (c) the sustainability, replication, and scalability of both conditions and outcomes. Tim began his career in education as classroom educator in Compton, CA, and he has worked in K-12 public education and higher education as a classroom teacher, district curriculum and instruction specialist, university master teacher, instructor, and advisor in the Compton Unified School District, California State University, Dominguez Hills, Pepperdine University, Loyola Marymount University, and the Los Angeles Unified School District. Since joining Pearson, Tim has worked with internal consultant teams, school system administrators and teacher leaders as Director of Field Services and Consulting in Pearson School Improvement Learning Teams projects. Before moving into his current role, Tim served as Senior Director of Research and Evaluation for School Services, North America, contributing to research, training, evaluation, and efficacy efforts in North America. Tim earned a B.A. from Baylor University, a teaching credential from California State University, Los Angeles, a Doctor of Education at UCLA, and an M.B.A. from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. Dr. Tatsui was an instrumental member of the team for the Nunavut Ministry of Education Efficacy Review and would be a valuable asset to this work.