About

Dr. Meryl Ain

Your Education Doctor

Dr. Meryl Ain

 

Dr. Meryl Ain has worked in several large Long Island, New York school districts as a central office administrator, teacher, and school building administrator.  Her more than 35 years in education has also included a 16-year-stint as a member of a non-public school board as well as the leadership of a nursery school.  She is a graduate of Queens College and earned a master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a doctorate in education from Hofstra University. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the importance of caring as a factor in successful schools.  Her articles about education, children and families have appeared in LI Parent Magazine, Newsday, Newday’s Parents and Children Magazine, The New York Times, and The Huffington Post.  She shares her insights and expertise on her blog, Your Education Doctor.  Dr. Ain offers consulting and other professional service to individuals, groups, teachers and school districts.  She assist clients to navigate the complexities of school districts as well as assist district better communicate and serve students and parents.


2 Comments on “About”

  1. Hello,

    I am interested in interviewing you for a magazine story. Would you please contact me at starks.carolyn@gmail.com?

    Thank you!

    Carolyn Starks
    Chicago, IL

  2. Gary Doi says:

    Hi Meryl. I appreciated reading your January post on bullying and would be interested in republishing and promoting it on my magazine blog “A Hopeful Sign” http://ahopefulsign.com

    Please let me know if this would interest you. Thanks.


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