Jennifer Manfra-Levitt, M.Ed.


Jennifer is a former middle school history and civics teacher who has seventeen years of classroom experience in the Everett Schools, an urban public-school system in Massachusetts, who is passionate about teaching her students the skills they need to become lifelong learners. Her earlier teaching experience includes work in a middle school special education classroom supporting students who were cognitively delayed, and in first and second grade general education classrooms. Jennifer incorporated Keys to Literacy instructional practices in her secondary classroom, enabling her to help her students improve their content reading and writing skills. Jennifer was also a school-based Keys to Literacy coach and mentor to new teachers, and held leadership and committee positions at the school and district level including implementation of the new Massachusetts History and Social Science Frameworks, was the Restorative Justice Building Team Leader and Trainer, and received Everett’s Golden Apple Award in 2019 for outstanding excellence in teaching. She received her M. Ed from Lesley University in Middle School Education-History, her B.S. from Eastern Michigan University in History, and has taken history courses at Harvard University as part of her continuing education. In her free time, Jennifer likes to read, paint, workout, travel, and learn.


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