Amy Peterson, MA

Universal Technical Assistance Lead

Amy Peterson

Amy Peterson is the universal technical assistance lead for the PROGRESS Center. In this role, she oversees the development and dissemination of all freely available professional learning activities and resources for the center, including the website: She also directs product development, web activity, dissemination, and collaboration efforts with other technical assistance centers and organizations for the National Center on Intensive Intervention and co-leads the stakeholder and family engagement capacity-building team for the National Center for Systemic Improvement. She has been conducting public policy and education research, communications, and technical assistance to support schools, districts, and states in defining and refining their MTSS frameworks, implementing evidence-based practices, using data, and engaging stakeholders since 2006. She also has worked across grade levels supporting early childhood efforts while at the National Association for the Education of Young Children and through early warning system implementation and dropout prevention efforts at AIR.