Meg Seff has received a bachelor’s in sociology at Hofstra University, a master’s in education and teaching those with disabilities at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a master’s in sociology at New York University [1,2,3]. Seff has been active in multiple unions during her teaching career. She previously worked as a learning specialist/consultant at Bennington Rutland Supervisory Union from 1989 to 1999. She currently works as a teacher consultant at Southern Vermont Supervisory Union, and has since 1999 . She also worked with YMCA to create a literacy program for children in Houston ISD in 2016 .
Seff believes that there is a current lack of language development education which she sees as fundamental to teaching reading. She would like to prioritize this education, specifically for low income students .
Seff would like to prioritize special education services in schools, and would prefer to hire and retain professionals with experience in the field .
Seff believes in using collective bargaining efforts to secure better working conditions for teachers in HISD, and wants to work to protect the jobs of well trained professionals .
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