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Horner, Martinette

Distinguished P-12 Educator

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Martinette Horner began her career as a regular classroom teacher in 1996 after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a North Carolina Teaching Fellow with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.  During her time in the classroom, Horner also achieved the distinction of National Board Certified Teacher as a Middle Childhood Generalist.  Horner taught third and fourth grades for eight years before returning to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as a N.C. Principal Fellow, earning a Master of School Administration degree.  During this time she also served as a district mentor for beginning teachers and supported students in a Title I school as a literacy tutor.

After four years as a school administrator, Horner returned to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as the first P-12 Distinguished Educator in the School of Education.  In this capacity, Horner coordinates the Elementary Education program and directs the school’s outreach initiative, Research Triangle Schools Partnership.

Educational Background

  • Ed.D. 2016 - UNC Chapel Hill - Curriculum and Instruction

Research Interests

  • Educational leadership

Teaching Areas

  • Mater of School Administration


  • EDUC 750: Empowerment for the School Executive
  • EDUC 725: Supervisory Practices for the School Executive
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