Craig Kesselheim is a senior associate with the Great Schools Partnership. Craig works predominantly with schools and one university in northern and coastal Maine, as well as in Colorado. Craig has been a middle school science teacher, a K–12 curriculum coordinator, and K–8 principal. He was also director of education at Teton Science School in Wyoming, assistant professor of biology and science education at University of Central Arkansas, and a science facilitator with the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance. Craig earned a BA in human ecology from College of the Atlantic, an MAT in biology from Bridgewater State College, and an EdD in science education from the University of Maine. His interests include teacher education, educational leadership, and science education. Craig lives in “downeast” Maine with his wife. He is the parent of two adult children and he devotes his free time to birding, photography, birding, gardening, and birding.