Jean Schreiber is our Parent Support and Educational Coordinator. She is available to parents and teachers as a resource in all areas of child development and classroom life. As part of the exmissions team, Jean provides workshops for parents to support them through the process of kindergarten applications.
Jean earned her MS in early childhood education from Bank Street College of Education, where she is also an instructor in the Continuing Professional Studies program. For more than three decades, Jean has developed and directed early childhood programs and parenting centers. Currently she serves as a consultant to a wide variety of early childhood and elementary school programs and provides guidance to parents in both individual and group settings. An engaging and highly informative speaker, Jean presents workshops across the country on topics such as fostering the social and emotional development of young children, creating developmentally appropriate classroom experiences, and supporting the emotional and professional growth of parents and educators.
As a featured speaker at the 2009 Annual National Association of Education for Young Children Conference in Washington, DC, Jean was honored to present “Bullies Are Created, Not Born: How to Develop a Safe and Caring Classroom Community.”
Jean is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such an amazing group of teachers and families.