Ida, MI, October 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- M. Christine Butler has been named Princeton Premiers Honored Member in Education. She is currently the assistant superintendent for elementary education for Monroe Public School in Michigan. M. Christine Butler received her Degree in Education from the University of Toledo and makes her home in Ida Michigan. As assistant superintendent, M. Christine is in charge of both state and federal programs as well as the early childhood development center in Monroe. Other responsibilities include evaluating principals and directors and participating in the hiring and firing of teachers.
Among M. Christine's personal achievements are an appearance on a PBS special and her service on several state committees. She is accredited by the American Association of School Administrators(AASA), the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development(ASCD) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics(NCTM). In her spare time M. Christine enjoys traveling and keeps up with the latest news in Education by reading Educational Leadership. She is a welcome addition in the upcoming 2007-2008 Princeton Premier Registry.
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