Lorelei Jackson is a 2021-2022 Teach Plus Colorado Policy Fellow. Lorelei teaches mathematics intervention for middle school students at KIPP Northeast Denver Middle School in Denver, CO, where she serves as the Section 504 Coordinator and the CH-ISA Lead, serving multi-language learners’ instructional service needs. Lorelei is a director of the Board for the Learning Disabilities Associates of Colorado, has served as a Data Instruction Lead throughout her school network, and has experience as an international parliamentary campaigner. In conjunction with her previous assistant principal, Lorelei developed the gifted & talented program at KIPP Northeast Denver Middle School and is a Notre Dame Americorps alumna. Lorelei became a teacher to make positive systemic change and continues to develop student leadership opportunities within her community. She graduated from the University of Lincoln (UK) with an MSc in Developmental Psychology and, later, from the Metropolitan State University of Denver with an MA in Special Education and Teaching.