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QEM Network

1818 N Street , NW , Suite 350

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

The Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network was established in July 1990, as a non-profit organization in Washington, DC, dedicated to improving education for minorities throughout the nation. It is the successor organization to the MIT-based QEM Projec...more

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Josephine Quintana
QEM Network Josephine Quintana Josephine Quintana has been teaching for eight years. During that time, she has concluded that reading is extremely important in primary grades. She believes that students who read early have positive self-esteem and are more able to develop academically and socially than students who do not read in primary grades. Also, Ms. Quintana believes that it is very important that parents are involved with their children's education. Recently, Ms. Quintana gave a presentation at New Mexico Highlands University about Family Math, a program that brings parents and students together to work on mathematics projects. Ms. Quintana is very involved. She serves in a tutoring program, is part of her school's hiring committee, and is a member of the District Incentive Committee, the Sunshine Club, and the Governance Council. Ms. Quintana received the Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Eastern New Mexico University. About the Teacher Leadership Corps experience, Ms. Quintana says, "It helped me to grow professionally. Now I communicate and have become more involved with parents, teachers, and administrators. TLC broke me out of my shell." "Teaching is a great inspiration for any individual who cares for others," says Ms. Quintana.


QEM Network: Teacher Leadership Corps

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Josephine Quintana, Roosevelt Elementary School


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