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Scott MacClintic is an independent school educator with 31 years of classroom experience teaching all levels of biology and chemistry. Scott currently serves as the Director of the Henry R. Kravis ’63 Center for Excellence in Teaching at The Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT. Scott also serves as the Chair of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools Commission on Professional Development.
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