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|Board member, Dubuque School Board, At-large|
|Years in position||6|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||September 10, 2013|
|Bachelor's||University of Kansas|
Beytien was born in Minnesota and grew up in Kansas City. Craig attended public schools and graduated from the University of Kansas in 1982. He began his business career in educational publishing with Macmillan before he joined McGraw-Hill in 1988 as College Textbook Editor. He eventually assumed the position of Vice-President of Product Development at McGraw-Hill, and served there for over 16 years. Currently, Beytien is Executive VP and a Partner at a publishing consulting firm called Content Connections. Beytien, his wife Alyson, and his three sons, Spencer, Joshua, and Zachary moved to Dubuque in 2003. Craig is also a woodworker hobbyist and semi-professional magician, as well as a devout Mormon.
Beytien won re-election to the board by placing second out of four candidates in the September 10, 2013 general election for three available seats.
|Dubuque Community Schools, At-large General Election, 4-year term, 2013|
|Nonpartisan||Craig Beytien Incumbent||27%||2,085|
|Nonpartisan||George Davis Incumbent||16.9%||1,304|
|Source: The Telegraph Herald, "Beytien, Prochaska, Siegert elected to Dubuque school board," September 10, 2013|
Beytien placed first out of six candidates to win election to the board in September 2009.
|Dubuque Community Schools, At-Large Position, 4-year term, 2009|
|Source: Dubuque County School Election 2009, accessed August 13, 2013|
About the district
- See also: Dubuque Community Schools, Iowa
The median household income in Dubuque in 2011 was $43,362 compared to $50,451 for the state of Iowa. The poverty rate was 11.8% in Dubuque compared to 11.9% statewide. The graduation rate for Dubuque was 90.0% whereas statewide the graduation rate for Iowa is 90.3%.