Randee Blair

Randee Blair

Project Coordinator, Center for Talent Development


After retiring from Evanston/Skokie School District 65 as a teacher and curriculum coordinator for math and gifted education, Blair was well equipped to oversee CTD programs for gifted and talented students. She left Northwestern University for a year to develop math curriculum at the University of Chicago but has returned to be a Project Coordinator at CTD. She is an esteemed conference speaker, having presented at the National Association for Gifted Children and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She is also the author of several professional development books for teachers and a series of social studies workbooks. Blair holds a MEd degree in educational leadership from National-Louis University and a BS degree in elementary education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In her spare time, she works out at a gym, belongs to a book club, catches up with friends, and tries to spend time with her children and grandchildren.




Year Degree Institution
1990 MS, Educational Leadership National-Louis University
1972 BS, Elementary Education University of Wisconsin, Madison



MS_ED 441

Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners Summer intensive, July 11-15


Employment History

2014 - Current Coordinator of School Services & Professional Development, Center for Talent Development

2013 2014 Curriculum Developer, CEMSE, University of Chicago

2005 2013 Associate Director, Center for Talent Development

1999 2005 Project Excite Liaison, CTD--NU/Evanston SD 65

1999 2005 Curriculum Coordinator and Supervisor: Math and Gifted, Evanston School District 65

1992 1999 Consultant and Trainer, University of Chicago School Mathematics Project

1972 1999 Classroom Teacher, Grades 2-5, Evanston School District 65

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