Claire Martin, District Administrator for the Chilton Public Schools, was visited on July 15, 2010.
On July 15, 2010, we went to visit Claire Martin, District Administrator for the Chilton Public Schools, which has an average enrollment of approximately 1,200 students. During our time together we talked about state funding and other problems that are facing K12 and higher education, as well as how today’s students learn differently than in years past and that many times K12 and higher education are not successful in educating them.
We also discussed:
The EXCEL Center’s Add-on Licensure program and how it can be beneficial to the districts’ teachers who may need an additional teaching license.
The Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance and how it works toward meeting the needs of rural schools.
Development of a principal’s licensure program at UW Oshkosh and how the program may impact northeastern Wisconsin, along with current programs the college offers.
How cooperating teachers must complete a course in supervision of student teachers. The college offers this course in online, hybrid and face-to-face formats.
The COEHS/K12 Advisory Council, and the Math Placement Test Review, which the Chilton Public School District was involved in this spring.