Jack K. has a background in Human Rights and secondary education. He has taught a variety of humanities topics for the past six years in New York and Connecticut. Jack began his teaching career in Harlem, New York, and now lives in New Haven, CT. During that time, he has developed curricula for AP World History, AP U.S. History, 9th grade English Language Arts, and 9th grade U.S. History. He is also a mentor for several college-bound high school students that are looking to perfect their college applications.



Frank embarked upon his career in the field of education sixteen years ago, after a career in law enforcement.  In that time, he has earned a master’s degree in Education from Mercy College and has been awarded teaching certifications in New York  and Connecticut in K-12 Special Education as well as 7-12 Social Studies. Frank is equipped with a wide range of experience in the classroom as well as experience as a 1:1 tutor.  His expertise is in the areas of literacy, essay writing, test preparation, executive functioning, Global Studies 9 and 10, as well as U.S. History at regents and advanced placement levels.  Frank teaches in, and resides in, Westchester County.