Since 1996, Dr Jean Papandrea has provided leadership to school districts in systems improvement, particularly in the area of Instructional Support Systems. During the period of 1996 through 2005, she led 34 schools in 7 school districts served by the Schuyler-Chemung-Tioga BOCES through the development and long-term implementation of a region-wide deep systems-change initiative called 7 SHARE. The districts involved improved systems of support for teachers and for students through job-embedded professional development, regional and local networking and alignment of effective practices, data-informed decision-making, and collaborative problem-solving. Jean has been a national consultant, having worked with school districts in New York and Pennsylvania, and presented Instructional Support Systems at state and national conferences in New York, Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Washington State. She is a guest speaker on the topic of systems in leadership courses offered by the College of St. Rose. In 2005, Jean joined the Mahopac Central School District where she led their implementation of Response to Intervention within the broader Instructional Support System. Jean is now a consultant to school districts, leading them through aligning systems of Instructional Support toward the goal of creating the conditions for all students to achieve.