My name is Caroline Chemosit and I am the Middle School Foundational Math Teacher at Kansas City International Academy. I began my career in education several years ago as a high school math and business studies teacher in Kenya. I then moved to USA where I served as a Graduate Research Assistant in the Educational Administration and Foundations department and in the School of Teaching and Learning at Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois. I have been teaching Research Methods and Senior Research project at Lincoln College-Normal. I have also served as a lecturer and head of the Educational Administration Planning and Management Department at the University of Kabianga in Kericho, Kenya. This will be my first year serving as a Middle School teacher. I earned my Bachelor of Education Degree from Kenyatta University and I was licensed to teach high school math and business studies in Kenya. I earned my Masters and Doctoral Degree in Educational Administration from Illinois State University. I can speak Swahili and Kalenjin languages. I love spending time with my family and friends. I am married and have four kids. My son is a freshman at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, my daughter is a junior at University High School, and I have a fifth grader and preschooler. I am looking forward to a great teaching and learning experience at KCIA!