Carrie Hancock, Ph.D., is Education Program Director for the Arizona Department of Education. Carried is a 2002 graduate of the University of Oregon School Psychology program, in which she worked closely with Drs. Roland Good and Ruth Kaminski in training education professionals to use DIBELS. While a student at the University of Oregon, she also assisted in the development and revision of DIBELS measures. Carrie has conducted training sessions in numerous states focused on implementing DIBELS within a data-based decision-making model. She was a school psychologist for the Kyrene School District in Tempe, Arizona, from 2002 to 2003, during which time she coordinated and implemented a schoolwide DIBELS benchmark assessment and progress monitoring program for students in grades K-5. Currently, she is the director for K-3 reading assessment for the state of Arizona. One of Carrie’s responsibilities is to develop and deliver statewide DIBELS training sessions. These sessions include overviews and address administration and scoring, report interpretation and use, and data-based decision making at all levels (state, district, school, teacher, and student). Carrie has considerable experience training state employees, regional reading specialists, district administrators, principals, and K-8 teachers.