Jennie Khalil

Author Bio

Jennie Khalil received a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from Michigan State University with a second major in French. She received her M.A. from Michigan State University in Teaching and Curriculum with a focus in mathematics and science. She is a high school mathematics teacher, teaching in an urban setting as well as a course instructor at Wayne State University’s College of Education. She is a doctoral candidate at Wayne State University, studying multicultural education and best methods of instruction to teach English Learners at the high school level in mathematics and science classrooms. She can be reached at jennie.khalil@wayne.edu.


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