Dustin Bindreiff, Ed.D.
Special Education Coordinator, Nevada County Superintendent of Schools; Former Consultant for Mindset Works

Dr. Dustin Bindreiff has spent nearly 20 years serving youth in need as a mentor, educator, and administrator committed to creating educational opportunities for all students. In addition to being a teacher, he has served as a special education coordinator, PBIS coordinator, and a growth mindset consultant. His leadership in working with schools and partnering with staff has supported the transformation of systems driven on compliance to those engaged in attaining successful instructional outcomes for all students. Dr. Bindreiff has participated in a number of equity and special education improvement teams for more than a dozen school districts.

His research has been published and presented nationally in the area of establishing multi-tiered systems of support, including schoolwide positive behavior support. Dr. Bindreiff has also provided professional development to district leaders, principals, teachers, paraprofessionals, and parents in meeting the instructional needs of students grounded in rigor, addressing exclusionary disciplinary practices, and implementing PBIS.

As an educational leader, Dr. Bindreiff is committed to ensuring the educational success of all students. He believes that being an education partner with students, families, communities, and fellow educators is essential to creating the opportunities needed to achieve this success for all. Dr. Bindreiff leads by establishing systems and building a sense of community.

Dr. Dustin Bindreiff has spent nearly 20 years serving youth in need as a mentor, educator, and administrator committed to creating educational opportunities for all students. In addition to being a teacher, he has served as a special education coordinator, PBIS coordinator, and a growth mindset consultant. His leadership in working with schools and partnering with staff has supported the transformation of systems driven on compliance to those engaged in attaining successful instructional outcomes for all students. Dr. Bindreiff has participated in a number of equity and special education improvement teams for more than a dozen school districts.

His research has been published and presented nationally in the area of establishing multi-tiered systems of support, including schoolwide positive behavior support. Dr. Bindreiff has also provided professional development to district leaders, principals, teachers, paraprofessionals, and parents in meeting the instructional needs of students grounded in rigor, addressing exclusionary disciplinary practices, and implementing PBIS.

As an educational leader, Dr. Bindreiff is committed to ensuring the educational success of all students. He believes that being an education partner with students, families, communities, and fellow educators is essential to creating the opportunities needed to achieve this success for all. Dr. Bindreiff leads by establishing systems and building a sense of community.

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