Paul D. Miller, a project manager at the Success for All Foundation (SFAF), is currently managing two Investing in Innovation (i3) grants: one in middle school math and the other in early childhood. He was the primary developer of PowerTeaching, a professional-development series promoting research-proven instructional practices in mathematics that is currently being used at various schools throughout the U.S. and U.K. He is also a consultant to both the University of York’s Tech Team Maths program and a for a research study that examined the effectiveness of utilizing a cooperative-learning approach with learner response devices for formative assessment in Years 7 and 8 mathematics. Most recently, he served as a developer of professional-learning resources at SFAF working in conjunction with the Johns Hopkins University to establish a new graduate certificate program in cooperative learning. Prior to his work at SFAF, he was a middle/elementary school teacher and a math curriculum coordinator for grades pre-K through 6 in Baltimore, MD. He earned his master’s degree in instructional systems development from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), where he also taught classes in developing evidence-based teaching portfolios within their SUPERSTEM program.