Daniel S. Konieczko
Daniel S. Konieczko was an eighth grade science teacher at King Middle School in Portland, Maine  and later became a teacher at Brunswick High School in Brunswick, Maine. He is also a member of Teacher Choice, a national association of teachers and educators who support choices, accountability, and reduced regulation in education."
He wrote at least three articles for the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution (AdTI):
- Daniel S. Konieczko, "Assessing President Bush’s Testing Plan]", May 2001? (link unavailable)
- Daniel S. Konieczko, "Parents Handicapped in Standoffs", Maine Sunday Telegram, August 19, 2001
also published as:
- Daniel S. Konieczko, "Back To School - For Parents As Well", Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, August 19, 2001
- Daniel S. Konieczko, "Accountability and Fear", EducationNews.org, September 16, 2001
On a since May/June 2004 defunct contact page of the AdTI site (www.adti.net/staffemail.html), 'Don Konieczko' was mentioned as 'Teacher Choice Fellow' for AdTI. On the Education Reform page of that same site, a link to one of his article mentions 'Dan Konieczko'.
His homepage: home.gwi.net/~dkoniecz