Education & Achievements
Master of Science in Education, Fordham University
Claire Bukata grew up in Chatham, New Jersey. She earned a Bachelor of Arts, in Psychology, from Colgate University, and a Master's of Science in Education in Special Education. Claire spent three and a half years in New York City working as a middle school math teacher and then as a learning specialist at the Cornelia Connelly Center. Upon her move to the West Coast, she worked as math teacher at KIPP SF Bay Academy. In addition to teaching, Claire coaches the Middle School Mathletes team, and brings her love of running to San Domenico, where she coaches Upper School cross country and track, and Middle School cross country. Outside of work, Claire enjoys spending time in the outdoors, reading, and hiking with her fiancé and dog, Cooper.
“My favorite part of being a member of the San Domenico community is being given the opportunity to combine my passion for math education with my love of running in my job, everyday.”
- Stanford Teaching Festival, Building Student Reasoning Capacity, Stanford University
- How to Learn Math for Teachers, Jo Boaler, Stanford University