School-Based Technology Specialist Rachel Baxter brings a new perspective on inclusive learning with her passion for social justice. Baxter is used to misconceptions about her job, the most notable being the “Technology” part of her title. “I don’t think tech is always the answer,” Baxter said. “I think a lotContinue Reading

Teaching has always been new math teacher Mark Steinberg’s passion – but it wasn’t always his profession. Before his teaching career, Steinberg had been a reporter, editor and website programmer for various news outlets, worked in information technology development and even served as a project manager in Silicon Valley. HisContinue Reading

What were you doing before you came to Marshall? Grad school mostly, I had a plethora of different jobs when I got out of college. They inevitably led me to grad school, which inevitably led me here. What’s something no one here knows about you? I hate the mercator projectionContinue Reading

“Most people don’t know I am the oldest of seven kids.” “[I want] to travel overseas, I have never been outside of the continent, [so] somewhere in Europe maybe.” “I was living in Blacksburg, Virginia and I just finished my master’s degree in math education from Radford University.”  Continue Reading

What were you doing before you came to Marshall? I was working in human resources for Fairfax County Public Schools. What’s something no one here knows about you? There are a lot of things that students at Marshall don’t know about me. I’m Cuban, and I was born in Cuba,Continue Reading