Eric Hartwig

Eric Hartwig
Portola Valley School District

Eric Hartwig is a retired superintendent for the Portola Valley School District. He has been a district director and administrator administrator of Pupil Services for the Marathon County Children with Disabilities Education Board; an adjunct professor for educational leadership and policy analysis at the University of Wisconsin—Madison; and an adjunct professor and research advisor for Cardinal Stritch College Milwaukee and Aurora University, Wisconsin Campus. He was an English teacher before becoming assistant principal at Capuchino High School, and then principal at Menlo–Atherton. Hartwig received his MS in school psychology University of Wisconsin—La Crosse and his PhD in educational administration from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

updated 1995

Publications by Eric Hartwig
The 1995–96 California state budget allocated an additional $1 billion to K–12 education over the previous budget year. While the funding increase was welcomed by educators across the state, the additional funds were not part of any effort to…
School Uses of Lottery Revenue—Year One
Since its passage in the fall of 1984, the California State Lottery has been widely and enthusiastically supported by players while receiving more guarded support from educators. Now the largest state-operated lottery in the nation, California's…
Continuing growth and sustained progress on educational reform characterize California's public schools, but the Gann spending limit, which potentially restricts state dollars for education, and projected shortages of highly qualified teachers…