Keri Levine, MS

Ms. Levine has been special educator in public schools for over 15 years.  Currently, she is a learning disabilities specialist in the White Plains Public School District, where she coordinates the Preventing Academic Failure (PAF) curriculum to “at-risk” children in the general education setting.  In her current role, Ms. Levine presents staff development using the PAF program, and serves as the 504 chairperson.  She is also a member of the Instructional Support Team. 

Ms. Levine earned a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and English from SUNY Oswego.  She completed her Master of Science degree in Special Education from City College of New York.