Candidate Name: Robert R. Fulton
Occupation: Educator–Teacher, grades K-12; Supervisor and Principal, K-12 Presently retired and a member of the Streetsboro School Board, Portage County.
Education: Graduate of Wickliffe High School, Lake County; Lake Erie College – Bachelor of Science in Education and Master of Science in Curriculum Education. Post Graduate Studies for Educational Administration: Notre Dame College, St. John College–Cleveland,
Qualifications: Superintendent License, State of Ohio; Elementary Teacher license, Principal license K-8; Supervisor license. Reasons for seeking this position: to help develop policy for equity funding; to provide incentives for corporations to stay and locate in Ohio; to reduce taxes; to protect our land and water, student internships could be developed.
What efforts would you make to assure that the local and state taxes following students, in the form of EdChoice vouchers, results in quality education?
All students would be tested by national normed tests, as PSAT, ACT, or SAT. Teachers would have more input as to individual proficiency of a student.
What is your own experience with public education as a student, parent, and/or educator?
As a student–Cleveland Schools–Kindergarten. Wickliffe Public Schools, 1st-12th.
Madison Local Schools: teacher, 4th grade. Union Local: principal, Title I (K-12) coordinator, K-8 reading teacher. Hillsdale Local, Jeromesville: K-8. Pickaway: 6th grade teacher, principal K-6. Bedford: K-12 teacher/principal; Crestview Local: K-4 principal, Title II coordinator.
As a parent my 2 daughters went to public school and graduated from Kent State Univ. and Youngstown Univ.