Michelle Evans-Cornish is the CEO and co-founder of The Linda School.Com, LLC, which provides educational services. She has taught for 20 years. Michelle was a lead teacher, Chairperson of the school leadership team, held teacher training scoring standardized exams, thematic lessons, and Michelle earned her dual Master's Degree in General and Special Education at Touro College. Michelle ran a well-loved preschool program full of discovery, learning a different language and so much more. She was the director of The Linda School’s highly effective after school program with enrichment activities including cooking, coding, and homework assistance. Michelle, also led The Linda School’s successful summer program which had fun, educational field trips and sports activities. She started The Linda School agency that works with NYC DOE to place highly qualified special education teachers in schools located within the five boroughs of NYC. Michelle is a Special Education Teacher Support Services provider, otherwise known as SETSS.
De Forest Cornish, Doctoral Candidate, is the COO and the co-founder of The Linda School.Com, LLC. NYC Department of Education dual certified special & general education teacher. Wilson and REWARDS trained for reading challenges. Taught all grades from: Pre-K to 12th grade (special and general education classes). Committee on Special Education (CSE), Bronx as an evaluator of private, parochial (Yeshivas), and non-public schools. Assistant Principal (Student Services: IESP students and English Language Learners) at a Bronx Charter High School. Adjunct Professor at the COLLEGE OF MOUNT SAINT VINCENT: Implemented school’s first Teaching Fellowship and taught an advanced graduate class in Special Education along with teaching and mentoring graduate students in the classroom of a Bronx high school. Currently, The Linda School, LLC (partnership) Education Consultant to private, charter, and parochial schools. SETSS provider. Train and support staff. Enrolled at Liberty University for a Doctorate in Educational Leadership (second year). Helped high school students in the Bronx learn coding, and raise the graduation rate.
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