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In more than 30 years in public education, Peggy Voigt, MSEd, has taught nearly all grades from K-8. She served as an elementary school principal, a middle school principal, and director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. She also completed a short stint as an interim superintendent. Ms. Voigt’s educational background includes undergraduate training at Michigan State University, master’s degrees in reading and early childhood education from Eastern Michigan University, and a specialist’s degree in educational administration from Oakland University.
She is currently working on her dissertation for a doctorate in educational leadership from Eastern Michigan University. She has been working with Instructional Empowerment and the Michigan Department of Education to support schools that have been identified as failing schools and monitoring their progress in implementing their improvement plans. Her passion is working with principals and teachers to create a climate for learning and improving instruction for all students.