Margaret Morone-Wilson is a Visiting Assistant Professor, Teacher Residency Director, Syracuse. She is a thirty-three year veteran of the Syracuse City School District, NY, and retired as Assistant Superintendent pf Elementary, Pk-8 schools, and Early Childhood programs. She received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Plattsburgh in elementary and special education.
She received her master's degree from Syracuse University in Special Education and Educational Leadership. Margaret Morone-Wilson has been a consultant, coach, and presenter in the areas of inclusive education, teaching students with autism, social-emotional learning, standards-based instruction, school turnaround leadership, and instructional coaching. Margaret Morone-Wilson is passionate about the power of teachers to affect change by transforming public education to build a stronger democracy, critical to combating poverty and ensuring civil rights.
Margaret Morone-Wilson is an enthusiastic educator and advocate for high-quality education for all children. She has teaching and leadership experience in the preschool, elementary, secondary, and collegiate levels. She has been a classroom teacher, instructional coach, building principal, and district-wide Director of Professional Development, Executive Director of Middle Schools, and Assistant Superintendent.