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Graciela B.

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  • Currently studying International Education Policy (Ed.M.) at Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Has taught students and teachers in the United States, Venezuela, United Kingdom, Kenya, Egypt, and The Philippines
  • In addition to six AP exams, SAT, ACT, and GRE, Graciela has passed the Foreign Service Officer Test (all twelve subjects) and the Foreign Service Officer Oral Assessment
  • A violist since age 10, Graciela currently performs with the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, and also dabbles with the violin, cello, and clarinet.

Academic Biography

Graciela is currently pursuing a Ed.M. degree at Harvard Graduate School of Education, studying International Education Policy. She holds both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Music Education from Boston University. Additionally, Graciela completed a one-year certificate program at New England Conservatory, focusing on nonprofit management and the development of youth orchestra programs.

Personal Biography

Graciela was born in Venezuela and raised in South Florida, before moving to Boston for school. Over the past ten years, she has had the opportunity to live and work as a teacher on four continents. In addition to teaching and studying, Graciela is a violist with the Brookline Symphony Orchestra and avid runner. Her long-term goals include running the Boston Marathon and improving teacher quality in developing countries.


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Available in Cambridge
Subjects Available
SAT Prep
Pre-Algebra
Interview Coaching
Music Theory
Essay Editing
Biology
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Expository Writing
Algebra
English




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