Karissa Koster High School Interventionist

Ms. Koster began teaching with the Center for Urban Teaching in

Milwaukee where she taught 5th and 7th grade for two summers.

During this time, she fell in love with teaching math and the city of

Milwaukee. This experience is why Ms. Koster wants to dedicate her

career to urban education. She is excited to be back teaching math in this amazing city.


Ms. Koster earned a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education Math at

Dordt College (now Dordt University) in Iowa, as well as an Associate’s

degree in Radiological Science at South Suburban College in Illinois.

While at Dordt College, she was awarded the Robert Noyce Scholarship

which helps support undergrad students studying STEM education with

the goal of working in high needs districts.

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