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2011-03-20T00:00:00.000Z

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Dominican University of California

Domican University of California

Affiliations

Board Member
Buck Institute for Education

Education

Ed.D.

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National Education Research Report

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Mary Ann Sinkkonen is an Assistant Professor for Liberal Studies at the Dominican University. She received her BS from University of Houston; MA from Sonoma State University; MA from San Francisco State University; and EdD rrom University of San Francisco. Her areas of interests are early childhood education, special education, and education administration.


BIE: About Us: Board Members

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Mary Ann Sinkkonen, Ed.D. Professor, Domican University of California


Past Board Members | Project Based Learning | BIE

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Mary Ann Sinkkonen, Ed.D.

Professor, Domican University of California


Mary Ann Sinkkonen, ...

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Mary Ann Sinkkonen, Ed.D.

Board Secretary/TreasurerProfessor, Dominican University of California


San Francisco Examiner

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Mary Ann Sinkkonen, a professor at Dominican University of California, said there are three reasons why elementary school teachers' salaries almost double those of preschool teachers.First, a higher level of education is required.There is also a higher degree of accountability in assessing students' skills.And, elementary school teachers have a union.

To attract and retain well-qualified teachers, The City's general fund provides supplemental income to teachers through two programs: The San Francisco Compensation and Retention Encourage Stability Program and WAGE$+.
CARES pays stipends to teachers who receive the lowest income but have a high level of education.

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