The Shriver Report – Cindy Terebush

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Cindy Terebush

Cindy Terebush, a school director and mother of two sons, has spent more than 15 years working in the field of education. She has experience teaching and directing in daycare, preschool and school age programs.

Cindy is the author of the popular blog “Helping Kids Achieve with Cindy Terebush.”  Her blog provides information and insights for parents and educators.  She has been interviewed by and been a guest writer for The Asbury Park Press newspaper and The Patch online news source throughout New Jersey.

Cindy has facilitated workshops at numerous conferences including for New Jersey Association for the Education of Young Children (NJAEYC), regional early childhood education conferences and during parent & staff workshops.   She was the keynote speaker at the 2012 NJ Division for Early Childhood Annual Conference at Kean University.  Cindy will be speaking at the upcoming international Young Child Expo in New York City.

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