Cranford Public School District names JoAnn Sei as the new part-time Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant and part-time Special Education Supervisor
After an extensive search process, which included multiple interviews and a thorough reference check, the Cranford Board of Education is pleased to announce JoAnn Sei as a new part-time Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant / part-time Supervisor of Special Education.
Ms. JoAnn Sei began her career as a third grade teacher in Elizabeth Public schools, followed by working as a special education teacher in Somerset Hills School District, and later working as an LDTC in Alexandria Township Schools, prior to coming to Cranford High School as an LDTC in 2020. In these roles, she has become an accomplished educator in addressing academic and social issues for student success, while being an assertive advocate for students. She is extremely knowledgeable about special education law and best practices and has proven the ability to hold and convey a vision for special education services and multi-tiered response to intervention, while educating and enlisting the support of colleagues and the community. Ms. Sei has served as a representative on the Collaborative Problem Solving Team, New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education Committee, and Accommodations and Modifications Committee.
Ms. Sei holds a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education, Master of Arts in Special Education, Learning Consultant Certification, and Supervisor Certification, all from Kean University.
JoAnn Sei looks forward to collaborating with Cranford’s dedicated special education teachers and related services providers across the District as they continue to work to promote learner success and inclusion through high quality instruction and support services that enable all students to reach their full potential to the greatest extent.