Elementary—Multiple Subject Outcomes
Elem MAT '17 employment rate: 100% of eligible candidates
Many area administrators have commented that hiring a Lewis & Clark graduate is like hiring a second-year teacher—you’re that well-prepared.
Video: Abby, Katie, and Brina talk about how student teaching prepared them to find jobs after graduation
“Our best hires have come from Lewis & Clark. These graduates are making a big difference in the classroom and our community. If I was entertaining going back to school to become a teacher, Lewis & Clark would be my number one choice.”
—Randy Brosius, Associate Principal, Evergreen School District
MAT Alumni in the News
In her new position, Curtis will oversee various departments and programs including Curriculum and Instruction, Student Support Services, and School Performance. Curtis will begin her position with PPS on January 2, 2018.
Abby Rotwein and Elissa Dingus, MAT ’12 and MAT ’11, have been named the 2017 Oregon Social Studies Elementary Teachers of the Year
Natasha Digges, a current student in the in Elementary Education program, has just been named the Oregon School Personnel Association 2017 Scholarship recipient.
Recruiting and preparing a workforce of K–12 science and math teachers for an increasingly diverse group of students is crucial to improving science education. A new $125,000 National Science Foundation grant to Lewis & Clark will help to fund its STEM Teacher Pathways Project.
Utterback received this top honor for his work as superintendent of Oregon’s North Clackamas school district, where his equity-driven leadership dramatically improved graduation rates and notched state-leading student growth and achievement levels.