Daniel Galvin teaches high school mathematics courses throughout the high school curriculum, primarily Algebra 2 and AP Statistics at Yokota High School, in Yokota Japan. Prior to working for DoDEA, Galvin taught mathematics, Algebra, Geometry and AP Calculus at public schools in New York.

He also served as an Academic Counselor at State University of New York College at Cortland, where he provided academic counseling and advising for students enrolled in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP).

Galvin earned his Bachelor of Art Degree in Mathematics in 1991 from the State University of New York College at Oswego, and a Masters of Art Degree in Mathematics from Binghamton University, in Binghamton, New York in 1993. He also studied at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York from 1997 -1999 pursuing a Doctorate Degree.

Daniel Galvin Algebra II/Discrete Math/AP Statistics Teacher
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