Joseph Dziuba is a passionate 4th-year educator certified in mathematics (K-12) who works diligently to meet the needs of each individual that crosses his path. His passion for teaching and learning coupled with his vision of developing a community of leaders fuels his mission of cultivating a positive school culture and climate for all students and staff, built upon ideals of excellence and high standards.
Recently, Joe published a blog post titled, Why You SHOULD Apply to a Doctoral Program. On this episode, Joe provides some insight into his program of study and research focus.
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