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Social Studies teacher with 2 years experience as a substitute, 1 year as a student teacher, and 6 years of volunteer work in various roles. I specialize in differentiated instruction, data driven curriculum, and authentic assessment. A New York State certified teacher, I graduated from Fordham University with an MST degree and high accolades. Finally, I hold membership with Kappa Delta Pi and NCSS as well. It is my intention to grow student confidence and widen content knowledge for students of all backgrounds, cultures and abilities through modeling literacy comprehension, critical thinking and communication skills. I believe each and every student is a valuable asset to the learning community, capable of achieving academic success. I am able to lead these young people to such success. Please click on the links on the right to learn more. You can also email me at I'd love to hear from you.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Political Tiff Blocks D.C. School Reforms

Will the corruption in the Washington, DC Public School District system ever disappear. Mayor Adrian Fenty et. al are really trying to reform the education system of our nation's capital, but a council of personal agenda stands in the way. Read more in this May 21, 2009 article by Marc Fisher of Washington Post Online at:

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