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Brown University (Philosophy)
Fordham University School of Law (J.D.)
Hello. I am a Connecticut native having passed through the Fairfield public school system and attending Hopkins School for high school. I am a graduate of Brown University with a degree in Philosophy as well as a graduate of Fordham University Law School. I have spent most of my professional life working in the educational publishing world and have created and edited dozens of books on reading, writing, and math. I am an easy-going guy and I get a great deal of satisfaction from helping kids succeed academically. I'd love to help you or your son or daughter excel in school or on standardized testing.
Having majored in Philosophy and receiving my J.D., my formal education has honed my reading comprehension, reasoning, and writing skills. As a professional editor, I have further developed my sense of what makes writing effective and powerful. I am particularly adept at academic writing and I know what teachers and test graders look for in assessing written responses. I can pass along what I've learned to advance my student's abilities.
I'd love to help you or your child, so please don't hesitate to contact me! Hello. I am a Connecticut native having passed through the Fairfield public school system and attending Hopkins School for high school. I am a graduate of Brown University with a degree in Philosophy as well as a graduate of Fordham University Read more
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