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Candice Jeremie

Candice Jeremie

Chairperson, Special Education Department

HISD Golfcrest Elementary

Stafford, TX


HISD Golfcrest Elementary

Chairperson, Special Education Department

Develop and design curriculum, evaluation models and multi-media instructional aides based on the monitoring of student progress and assessment performance.

Coordinate, prepare and lead federally mandated meetings to review and analyze qualitative and quantitative data.

Prepare, compile and maintain Special Education documentation in both online district management and hardcopy file system for quality and compliance.

Manage and support educators and assistants in providing differentiated instruction, academic support, and research based instructional best practices.

Liaison between campus and district special education department, ensuring communication in the areas of compliance and both national and district policy.

HAASBE Outstanding Teacher of the Year Campus award nominee and recipient 2014.

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NYC Department of Education, P.S. 219 Kennedy-King Elementary


Multiple Roles Held:
2005-2007: Special Education Inclusion Teacher, Gr.1-5
2007-2012: Special Education Teacher Support Services Provider, Academic Intervention Services Provider, Visual Art Specialist and School Community Liaison

Key Contributions:

Co-Managed and instructed inclusion classes of 20 or more 4th and 5th grade general and special education students of various academic and social needs with 100% promotion rate and 85% proficiency or higher standardized assessment results.

Conducted individual and collaborative action research inquiries to develop and implement effective formative and summative assessments to improve student achievement across content areas.

Managed an IEP caseload of 15 or more students in which special education services were provided, including: instruction, articulation with classroom teachers, families and other service providers of designated students, as well as generating and updating annual IEP goals using computer programs: IEP Pro and SESIS

Delivered differentiated academic intervention services to 1st-4th grade students identified as "Academically At Risk" in core content Areas, Math and ELA.

Developed a national and NYC standards based cross-curricular visual arts curriculum for K-5 students school-wide and instructed students in a myriad of visual art techniques and media.


Tufts University Art Gallery


Supervised gallery attendants and assisted exhibiting artists during exhibition openings, receptions and daily visits

Performed full clerical duties including: managing correspondences via phone, email and mass marketing mailings.

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Brooklyn Law School

Archivist (seasonal position)

Compiled and maintained student record data

Performed full clerical duties: managing correspondence via phone and maintenance of file system.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Archivist (seasonal position)

Processed shipping and "work of art" documents

Maintained museum collection databases

Drafted and mailed correspondence letters to owners of artwork

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Visual Understanding in Education

Research Intern

Researched and systemized images for VTS curriculum content

Generated contracts and maintained correspondence with artists, museums, and estates in concern to copyright regulations.


CUNY Brooklyn College

Master of Science, Childhood Education

GPA 3.9

NYC Teaching Fellowship/Americorp Alumna, Cohort 10

Tufts University

Bachelor of Arts, Art History

GPA: 3.04