Albert Morton
Project Manager, HMH

Albert Morton is a project manager with HMH. He is responsible for partnering with districts to facilitate the successful implementations of programs within their schools. Prior to working as a professional learning consultant, he taught in Clayton County Public Schools in a suburb of Atlanta. It was there that he was able to garner his professional and life experiences and serve in many capacities within his middle school, including as a member of the School Leadership Team, sixth-grade language arts lead teacher, Georgia professional standards coach, district READ 180 model classroom, and peer coach for new teachers. 

His entire teaching career has been dedicated to working with the most challenging students in schools and providing them with the tools and knowledge needed to succeed within and outside the classroom. His philosophy is that effective instruction must be a balanced merging of curriculum and life skills to properly prepare students for college and career readiness. With this philosophy, he has successfully implemented a number of language arts and reading programs, and in his last year of teaching he implemented READ 180, an intervention program for students reading below grade level.

Albert Morton is a project manager with HMH. He is responsible for partnering with districts to facilitate the successful implementations of programs within their schools. Prior to working as a professional learning consultant, he taught in Clayton County Public Schools in a suburb of Atlanta. It was there that he was able to garner his professional and life experiences and serve in many capacities within his middle school, including as a member of the School Leadership Team, sixth-grade language arts lead teacher, Georgia professional standards coach, district READ 180 model classroom, and peer coach for new teachers. 

His entire teaching career has been dedicated to working with the most challenging students in schools and providing them with the tools and knowledge needed to succeed within and outside the classroom. His philosophy is that effective instruction must be a balanced merging of curriculum and life skills to properly prepare students for college and career readiness. With this philosophy, he has successfully implemented a number of language arts and reading programs, and in his last year of teaching he implemented READ 180, an intervention program for students reading below grade level.

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