Andrea Mousa

Senior Manager, Academics

Having spent two decades in the public school system, Andrea is an expert in mathematics instruction and in supporting the implementation of high-quality instructional materials (HQIM) in K–12.

Andrea graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in elementary education, and she earned an additional master’s degree in educational leadership and a principal certification. She spent more than 19 years in the Florida school system, starting as a first-grade teacher and going on to teach multiple grade levels. Her time in the classroom served as the foundation for future work as a school-based instructional coach and then as a school-based administrator and district mathematics specialist. As a district math administrator, Andrea supported more than 103 elementary schools with the implementation of HQIM. As a second-generation Arab American and the granddaughter of Palestinian immigrants, Andrea can relate to many of the experiences of marginalized students, and she was drawn to TNTP because it focused on reaching all students, especially the most marginalized ones.

As part of the consulting team, I have the pleasure of working with clients on a regular basis. Partnering with them and acting upon their successes and barriers along the way has been truly inspiring.

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Imali Ariyarathne, seventh-grade teacher at Langston Hughes Academy, stands in front of her students while introducing them to the captivating world of science

Imali Ariyarathne, seventh-grade teacher at Langston Hughes Academy, introduces her students to the captivating world of science.

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TNTP is the nation’s leading research, policy, and consulting organization dedicated to transforming America’s public education system, so that every generation thrives.

Today, we work side-by-side with educators, system leaders, and communities across 39 states and over 6,000 districts nationwide to reach ambitious goals for student success.

Yet the possibilities we imagine push far beyond the walls of school and the education field alone. We are catalyzing a movement across sectors to create multiple pathways for young people to achieve academic, economic, and social mobility.

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