Marlene Armstrong is a high school principal who transitioned into administration after she was a Career & Technical Education teacher. She was the 2012 Teacher of the Year for Arizona Rural Schools. She is the founding principal of two high schools in Arizona. Her philosophy on education is simple: We need to prepare students for THEIR future with engaging/real world content. We also need to ensure that these students have the 22 essential skills to be successful in adulthood.
In this episode we discuss Marlene’s experience with Career & Technical Education, how she works with teachers in her administration role, how she supports teachers and her new podcast “Education Transformation Project”
How to Connect with Marlene:
Facebook and Instagram: @Educationtransformationprojectwww.educationtransformationproject.com or you can email at: firstname.lastname@example.org