Jemal Graham

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Teacher

New York City, New York

Jemal Graham taught middle school prior to teaching ninth-grade. He is a graduate of Columbia University with a dual degree in economics and political science and earned a master’s degree in teaching from Pace University. In 2008, he was selected as a master teacher with Math for America, a national organization dedicated to improving mathematics education;

In 2010, he served as a Teaching Ambassadors Fellow with the U.S. Education Department and; In 2012, Jemal attained National Board Certification as a secondary mathematics teacher.

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Posted Mar. 13, 2016

A Letter From New York Teachers in Support of John King as Education Secretary

We, a group of New York-based educators, share enthusiastic support for the appointment of John B. King Jr. as secretary…

By Olinka Crusoe, Chris Fazio, Annie Gallagher, Suraj Gopal, Jemal Graham, Mike Loeb, April Rose, Pat Sprinkle, Matt Schatz, Carla Theodorou, Ashley Ward

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