Holding firmly to the belief that a teacher holds the greatest responsibility in the quality of education that every student gets, Marc Bednarczyk has unselfishly thrown himself at his profession. Knowing that a great educational background will always prove highly instrumental in the pursuit of one’s goals, Marc Bednarczyk sought to complete his degrees at the University of Phoenix in Madison, Wisconsin: his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication with a major in Culture and Communication; and his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree, with a major in Curriculum and Instruction. Thus completing the requisites he needs for a fulfilling career in education, Marc joined the teaching force of the Madison Metropolitan School District, starting off with a post as 3rd Grade Social Sciences teacher at Crestwood Elementary School. His next post was at Augusta Elementary School, where Marc Bednarczyk taught 6th Grade Language Arts and served as grade leader from August 2003 until June 2004. His chosen path led Mr. Bednarczyk to Augusta Middle School, where he handled 7th and 8th Grade Social Sciences. Marc’s most recent job was with Carson Academy of Science, where he taught 6th Grade Culture and Civics from August 2007 to June 2010. With seven solid years of active service in the education sector, Marc Bednarczyk has continuously sought to train his students to think independently, helping them learn more and realize their true potentials. Mr. Bednarczyk’s commendable record of dedication will undoubtedly pave the way for further and future success in the years ahead.