Danielle Klingaman, Ed.D.

Dr. Klingaman is currently the Superintendent of Schools for the Duxbury Public School district. Dr. Klingaman began her professional career working with adolescents with mental health and behavioral challenges in a residential treatment program and later worked as a special education teacher in the Wrentham Public School district before beginning her successful 18-year career in school administration. Dr. Klingaman served as the Assistant Principal of Central Elementary School in East Bridgewater, the Principal of L.G. Nourse Elementary School in Norton, the Principal of Joseph W. Martin, Jr. Elementary School in North Attleboro, and Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Duxbury Public Schools. Dr. Klingaman holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northeastern University, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Bridgewater State University, a Post-Baccalaureate Degree in Special Education from Bridgewater State University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Dr. Klingaman previously served on the MassCUE Board of Directors as well as the Principals’ Advisory Cabinet for the Department of Secondary and Elementary Education (DESE). Dr. Klingaman was a member of the DESE development team that wrote and developed tools for The Inclusive Practices Guidebook. Dr. Klingaman’s doctoral research focused on school culture, change theory, and effective leadership practices. She has led teacher and administrator professional development and coursework in curriculum, pedagogy, and technology integration.

Dr. Klingaman lives in Attleboro with her husband and two children.

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