Clinton County teacher Courtney Norris has been selected by the Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) as a Kentucky Math Teacher Leader (KyMTL)! This group of passionate teachers were selected for the program after completing a rigorous application and interview process.
These select mathematics leaders were brought together by the KCM to collaborate with like-minded educators from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky to hone and expand their skills in leadership, mathematics content and pedagogy.
Courtney Norris earned her bachelor's degree with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Secondary Education from Campbellsville University in 2013, and her Master of Arts in Education in School Counseling and Educational Specialist degree in School Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands in 2017 and 2019, respectively. She has been teaching for seven years at Clinton County High School. Throughout her teaching career, she has taught many different math classes ranging from Algebra and Geometry to AP Computer Science Principles. She looks forward to sharing her passion for mathematics and learning new ways to increase student achievement.
The Kentucky Center for Mathematics is a leader in the evolution of mathematics teaching and learning across the state of Kentucky.