Adam Tucker

Adam Tucker

Deputy Director, K-12 Education, Engagement & Enabling Conditions

Adam Tucker leads a team that works to improve student outcomes and equity by galvanizing a diverse array of stakeholders to codify, refine, and expand models, programs, and tools that can improve K-12 math instruction.

Before joining the foundation in 2005, Adam led the Communications & Advocacy division at Edison Schools. Earlier, he served as vice president at LearnNow, an education management organization, and led initiatives at the Coalition of Essential Schools that involved school partnerships, public engagement, and advocacy. He also worked at Children Now, a nationally recognized children’s advocacy group.

Adam began his career in education as a high school history teacher and program administrator in New England. He is a graduate of Brown University, where his commitment to educational excellence was first cultivated.

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