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Maret teachers are always working to improve their practice and create the very best learning environment possible for our students. 

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A student's perspective on the faculty: Alum, ’21

About Our Faculty

Published authors, composers and musicians, inventors, innovators, museum-shown artists, award-winning educators. Our teachers are lifelong learners and multitalented professionals whose career skills and insights enrich the classroom.


Advancing Curriculum and Teaching

Established in 2008, The Case Institute for Curricular Innovation and Excellence is an educational incubator that optimizes the energy, talent, and imagination of Maret’s faculty. This dynamic professional development program provides time and resources for faculty (K–12) to work collaboratively over the summer, drawing on collective experiences and research to enhance and create programs at Maret.


Goals of the Case Institute 

#1—To nurture innovation and collaboration among our teachers
#2—To enable teachers to integrate the best educational research and practices into their classrooms
#3—To ensure that Maret students develop essential skills for 21st-century success beyond Maret

Past Projects (ICIEs)

Institutional Research

The faculty's work to improve teaching, learning, and curriculum is informed by data collected through Institutional Research at Maret. Statistics gleaned from regular surveys of students, parents, alumni, and faculty have motivated changes to curricula across divisions, informed extracurricular offerings, and helped shape Maret's expanded Wellness program.

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Faculty Profile

112

Teaching Faculty

10

Years Average Faculty Tenure; 30% of the faculty has more than 10 years at Maret

70%

Of Teachers have master’s or doctorate degrees

45%

Of Teachers Identify as People of Color

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