Kim Burnett has over 20 years of experience of working with urban school districts throughout the US. She worked in Baltimore, Prince George’s Co, New Orleans and the District of Columbia. Presently, she is a clinical faculty member at the Johns Hopkins University in the urban teacher program. Kim has served as Deputy Chief of STEM for the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS). She also worked as Director of Professional Development at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). She also served as the Executive Director of the Math and Science Teacher Institute at Xavier University in Louisiana. Prior to these posts, Kim taught 10 years in elementary grades 3 – 6. Kim earned her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University, and master’s degrees from Cornell, Towson, and Johns Hopkins Universities. Currently, she is completing her Ph.D. in STEM Education from George Mason University, in STEM education.
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