I view students, and our work with them, as investments rather than expenses. Regardless of ethnicity, language barriers, or socioeconomic background, all students will learn when provided effective outputs. Effective outputs produce exceptional student outcomes. I believe in a constant cycle of data analysis, purposeful planning, implementation of strategies, monitoring for success, and repeating the cycle to accomplish high achieving goals for all students.
After working in the field of Adult Corrections for over 5 years, she was called to move into the world of prevention and early intervention. Alethea achieved her teaching credentials and has served as an educator for over 16 years. Her direct classroom experience as a teacher has spanned across elementary, secondary, traditional and alternative schools. Because of her initiative and ability to develop others, Alethea has served in a number of leadership capacities – Lead Teacher, Parent Education Trainer, Campus-based Instructional Coach, District-based Instructional Coach, District-based Instructional Expert Teacher, Special Programs Support Administrator, Program Specialist and Assistant Principal just to name a few! She is well versed in successful School Turnaround work at the classroom, campus and district-level in both traditional and alternative settings.
As the Teacher Development and Systems Support Specialist, Alethea oversees the development of leadership capacity of teachers and assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of school and district systems as they relate to improving outcomes for students.
A proud graduate of Paul Quinn College, Alethea L. Lee achieved a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice and exemplifies the Paul Quinn “We over Me” mentality. She attained a Masters degree in Educational Administration from The University of North Texas and is pursuing a Doctorate in Organizational Management with an emphasis in Higher Education with Grand Canyon University.
Generalist (grades EC-4)
ESL (grades EC-4)
English Language Arts and Reading (grades 4-8)
Social Studies (grades 4-8)
Teacher of the Year, Learning Alternative Center for Empowering Youth - Dallas Independent School District
Finalist for Teacher of the Year, Dallas Independent School District
Trainer of Trainers: 40 Developmental Assets
Recognized Trainer: Crisis Prevention Institute
Best described as a dedicated, loyal and spiritual individual, Alethea is committed to life-long learning in every aspect of life. She values family and cherishes every moment she has to spend with them. An active member of the Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church, Alethea is highly involved in various ministries and volunteer work with a particular emphasis on promoting personal growth and parent development.