Henry Kranendonk is a mathematics curriculum consultant for the Milwaukee Public Schools and a mathematics specialist for Marquette University's Educational Opportunity Program. Among other duties, he also is a lecturer and consultant for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is involved in curriculum writing projects for various companies, including Texas Instruments. Additionally, Mr. Kranendonk is also coprincipal investigator for the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership, a project funded by the National Science Foundation.
Mr. Kranendonk has spent more than 37 years with Milwaukee Public Schools, initially serving as a mathematics and computer science teacher. Mr. Kranendonk's publications include high school mathematics textbooks, statistics books for professional development, and mathematics journal articles. He has also served for over 20 years as a computer science teacher leader and assistant examiner for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, having conducted IB workshops in the United States, Europe, and Africa.
Mr. Kranendonk is a member of the National Assessment Governing Board's Assessment Development Committee. He received a master's degree in mathematics from Marquette University, and a bachelor's degree in mathematics, physics, and education at Carroll College.