Extraordinary Teacher Revered in New Biography ‘FROM SIBERIA TO ST KITTS: A Teacher’s Journey’ Submission Details
‘FROM SIBERIA TO ST. KITTS: A Teacher’s Journey’ is published in paperback and ebook format by ISS Publishing and is now available on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com.
Review copies of ‘FROM SIBERIA TO ST. KITTS: A Teacher’s Journey’ are available to media contacts upon request. Ira Simmonds is available for interviews.
About the Author:
Born on the Caribbean island of Nevis, Ira Simmonds received a B.A. in French from St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York, and M.A. and M.Ed. degrees from Teachers College, Columbia University, NYC. After a ten-year stint as House Manager at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, he spent the next twenty-five years in New York City Public Schools as a teacher, Assistant Principal and Acting Principal. He currently works as an educational consultant.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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