Becca Anderson - Data and Accountability Supervisor
Becca Anderson has served Idaho's public school students for 22 years. During that time, she has held a variety of teaching and leadership positions, including assistant elementary school principal (Horizon), English teacher (Borah High, Les Bois Junior High and Nampa High), newspaper/journalism teacher (Nampa High), cross country coach (Nampa High), elementary summer school site coordinator (Morley Nelson), intern elementary school principal (Cynthia Mann and Shadow Hills), elementary school principal (White Pine) and English language arts supervisor, Boise School District, (2014 to present).
Mrs. Anderson is a dedicated and knowledgeable public school professional who has a solid record of providing effective educational leadership to staff members on instructional best practices. She believes each and every student can and will learn successfully and she is committed to the District’s Vision of preparing students for success in college, career and citizenship.
Mrs. Anderson has significant experience in using data-informed educational decision-making for the improvement of student performance, and, to that end, instruction. She believes staff members should use a variety of data (not just results from one standardized test) to set improvement goals and to guide instructional decisions. She has experience in providing professional development training for staff members to use test scores; demographic data; staff, student, and parent surveys; in-class observations; and teacher evaluations to work to continually improve the student learning in a building. Mrs. Anderson is a supporter of Professional Learning Communities in each school and realizes that PLCs can aid a staff in using data to improve instruction, as can the setting of school-wide “SMART” goals: goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely.
Mrs. Anderson earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology with a Minor in English from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia; a Teaching Certificate with an endorsement in social studies and English from Boise State University; a Master of Educational Leadership Degree from Boise State University; and Education Specialist Degree in Executive Educational Leadership from Boise State University.