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Graduate with 4 years of teaching exp. available for tutoring grades K-2. Contact: Stephanie Bradley at

Bank Street graduate in Bilingual Early Childhood Special Education & General Education program. Current special education itinerant teacher (SEIT) for children 3-5 years of age. Experience in both general & special education settings. Available for tutoring in a wide range of subjects. Please contact Lucia at or 718-877-9753.

Bank Street Graduate with over 30 years of experience available to teach children birth to five years in typically developing setting and contexts for children with special needs. Experience with medically fragile infants, parenting work/consultations and home-based/hospital work. Michele's services are available in Middlesex County, NJ, Brooklyn, NY, Long Island City, NY, and Harlem, NY as well. Please contact Michele Taubenblat at KidsSupport, or 917-940-4623.

Bank Street Grad with 30 years of experience in ECE seeks part-time work in Brooklyn as a curriculum coordinator or consultant. Progressive educator who embraces playful, child-centered learning. If interested please contact Nancy at

Reading Specialist. UWS and E. 70's to E. 80's. Building skills through on-target games & enjoyable books at a just-right level of challenge. Orton-Gillingham trained, NYS Permanent Certification in Special Ed. References from ten years experience in independent and public schools. Andrea Fooner, a or 917-991-6828.

Certified Reading Specialist/Special Education teacher currently working in private school with 13+ years experience available to tutor in reading/writing for K-8th grade students. Building confidence is key. We’ll begin with a thorough assessment and create specific goals for your child. Each session is fun, highly-structured and individualized to your child’s interests and needs (whether in comprehension, decoding, fluency or any combination thereof). References available. Contact Chaya Gray at or 347-334-2680.

Bank Street Alumna with 25 years teaching experience, re-entering the work force after parenting hiatus, available to support a child with special needs as a private SEIT-type teacher. Please contact Emily at 917-592-4722.

BS Graduate available throughout the Hamptons for summer tutoring/childcare. Many years’ exp. teaching special and general elementary grades in public and private NYC schools. Available weekends in June and FT during July and August. Please contact

Private SEIT available to work in child’s classroom setting. Experienced NYS certified Special Education teacher, with a degree from Bank Street. Skilled in behavioral control, which will accelerate school performance, increase readiness for learning, build social skills, and reduce behavioral problems. Please contact Marsha at 212-874-1917 or

Bank Street Alumna and experienced teacher (certified in reading/literacy and general education) is available to tutor grades K-5 in Brooklyn: Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, and Dyker areas. Can teach reading/writing, math, computer technology, study skills, and test-taking strategies. Instruction is multisensory and aligns with Common Core State Standards. Please contact Rita at 347-860-1264.

A graduate of Bank Street’s early-childhood program. Former associate teacher at two elite progressive private schools in NYC. (Manhattan Country School & Little Red School House). Taught first grade, pre-K & a combined four-year-old/kindergarten classroom. Based on experiences has started her own educational consultant company called Little City Learners. At LCL focus is on working with children ages four-10. Private sessions are individually customized to meet the needs of each child, whether he or she is preparing to take the ERB & enter kindergarten, or is already in elementary school and could benefit from individualized attention. Visit the website at to learn more, or email

Bank Street Graduate Educator with more than 10 years teaching experience available to tutor children after school. New York State certified in English to teach grades 7-12. Specialty is helping students to cultivate skill and confidence in their own writing through stellar, child-centered approaches to any kind of writing: scholastic or creative, from idea development on through to the final project. Additionally, can help students improve their relationship with reading through a variety of strategies for both the novel, and, harder-to-access informational texts. Contact Jane @

Bank Street graduate with seven years experience available for reading and writing tutoring. Also trained in the Orton-Gillingham method. If interested contact Shira Stein at