The Positive Effects of Mentoring

  Dr. Marion H. Martinez was appointed as the assistant superintendent of Clinton Public Schools in Connecticut. Most recently, Dr. Martinez served as the superintendent of Binghamton City Schools in New York. As a school superintendent, Marion H. Martinez has worked on establishing mentoring programs and ensuring that all students have mentors. Mentoring programs provide… Read More The Positive Effects of Mentoring

Columbia University Program Supports Literacy Workshops

Dr. Marion H. Martinez has achieved success in a variety of educational leadership positions in Connecticut and New York. Most recently the superintendent of the Binghamton City School District, she wrote her doctoral dissertation on “Characteristics of Innovations: Principal’s and Teachers’ Perceptions of Early Intervention Reading Programs.” Dr. Marion H. Martinez has used her expertise… Read More Columbia University Program Supports Literacy Workshops

Minority Disproportionality in Special Education Programs

As a doctoral student at the University of Hartford, Marion H. Martinez developed an interest in the urban school research done by the Annenberg Institute. This interest eventually led Dr. Martinez to apply for the superintendent position at East Hartford Public Schools. In her experience as a school superintendent, Marion H. Martinez reviewed data related… Read More Minority Disproportionality in Special Education Programs

Common Core Standards Aim to Prepare Students to Succeed

Dr. Marion H. Martinez possesses in-depth experience as a school administrator on both the state- and district-levels having served in New York and Connecticut. The recipient of a doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Hartford, she most recently held the position of superintendent of schools for the Binghamton City School District in New… Read More Common Core Standards Aim to Prepare Students to Succeed