Lori Jill Keeler discusses troubleshooting practical scheduling and logistics issues and how to fix them.

Westminster’s Instructional Support program wants to share its success with other schools looking to increase the student/teacher ratio, give students more individualized attention and increase opportunities for students who need remediation, enrichment or reinforcement of required content and skills. From the “how and why” of the program’s establishment to practical scheduling and logistics issues, we hope that teachers and principals will learn how they can begin a similar program in their own schools. The Instructional Support team will be available for a Q&A session.

Lori Jill Keeler

Lori Jill Keeler is the Lower School Principal at the Westminster School in Birmingham, Alabama, a role she has enjoyed for the past 13 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and English literature and a master’s degree in integrated curriculum and instruction from Covenant College. She served as the educational expert on the founding board of directors for Evangelical Classical Christian School in Helena, Alabama. Lori Jill has written curriculum for Bible and literature, and has a passion for training teachers. She and her husband, Scott, have two sons.

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