Kim Case is the coordinator of innovation and online education for the Caldwell County School District. A life-long learner, she holds degrees in teaching, curriculum, and public school administration from Appalachian State University. In 2016, she earned her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Gardner-Webb University.
Case served as a classroom teacher, instructional facilitator, assistant principal, and principal prior to being appointed to her current position. She is passionate about partnerships that focus on building equitable educational experiences that help students connect learning to life.
Perspective | Redesigning school in Caldwell County
by Kim Case |
Innovation is everywhere. A recent Google search of the term reveals “about 3,390,000,000 results” in 0.59 seconds. How puzzling it...