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LeeEllen Harmer
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Sr Account Executive

SAS’ CEO Dr. Jim Goodnight made Curriculum Pathways available at no cost to the nation’s educators in 2008 and committed SAS to continued support, enhancement and expansion of the web-based curriculum resources. It became Lee Ellen Harmer’s sole focus to promote the use of Curriculum Pathways in US schools…and it is now in use in thousands of schools in all 50 states.
Lee Ellen originally joined SAS in 2008 to sell Curriculum Pathways, but has also managed sales of traditional SAS software for teaching and research in higher education. Much of her career has been in sales and marketing to the Education industry, including experience in enterprise software sales to the industry for Red Hat (a vendor of Linux and open source technology). She also has a strong background in IT, with prior experience at US Airways.
Lee Ellen has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business with a marketing concentration from Wake Forest University (Winston Salem, NC).

Students & Educators
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Guest Teacher Post: Developing Critical-Thinking Skills with Adaptive Lessons

Editor's Note: Justin Allar teaches social studies at Clay-Battelle Middle/High School in Blackville, West Virginia. In this guest post, he describes how Curriculum Pathways resources meet the critical-thinking needs of his social studies students. This is the second in a series of blog posts written by West Virginia educators sharing how they have integrated digital content

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Guest Teacher Blog: Engaging Science Students of Varying Ability

Editor's Note: Heather DeLuca-Nestor teaches 8th grade science at South Middle School in Morgantown, West Virginia. In this guest post, she describes how Curriculum Pathways resources meet the critical-thinking needs of her science students. This is the first in a series of blog posts written by West Virginia educators sharing how they have integrated digital