Pam Rambo was a dismal failure at ashtray making in first grade pottery class. To further shame her family, she was a charter member of the turtle reading group and unable to successfully solve for x in seventh grade. If SOL tests were given back when she was in school, she’d have been SOL.
In a bizarre turn of events for a dyslexic kid who hated school, Pam went to college and stayed there for thirty years. They never asked her if she had learning differences; she never revealed that information. (They can’t take a degree back, can they?)
Focusing on the natural gifts of students and helping them realize their dreams, Pam started a successful educational consulting firm in 2010. When she is not busy helping students succeed, she entertains audiences with tales of the education dark side.