I was born and raised in Atlanta and attended several urban schools. Even though I struggled as a student, I had a great experience. After returning home from college, I spent a couple of years working as a barista, medical assistant and a nanny.
After teaching special education elementary students for four years, Tiffany wanted to improve how she taught mathematics, so she returned to Georgia State for an M.Ed. in Elementary Education with a Mathematics Endorsement.
* Tiffany Jacobs is an alumni of the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Elementary Education with… more »
Urban educators make a difference in the lives of students from low-income families
Do you want a career that offers more than a steady pay check, stock options, cool furniture, and free meals? If so, you may want to consider a career as a K-12 educator or in the helping professions.
Below are the top five careers that ranked the highest according to the 2015 more »