Carrie-Ann Kerwin


Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Administration, University of Massachusetts, 2005

Masters of Education, Special Needs Concentration, Boston University, 1997

Bachelor of Science, Child Development and Family Studies, The Pennsylvania State University, 1995


Massachusetts Principals Licensure; Massachusetts Primary Certification: Special Needs (K-9)

Carrie-Ann tutors students in English Language Arts and Humanities (grades K-8), and math (grades K-6). She has extensive experience working with students with special needs at all levels, including students with ASD, learning disabilities, and behavioral/social-emotional needs. She serves as a Special Education Advocate and Educational Consultant. She has served as Program Director and Educational Coordinator, among other roles, and is well versed in a wide range of curriculum methods and instructional methodology.
Carrie-Ann says, “I’m looking forward to connecting with you and your child! My background is in special education and this influences how I work with all children. Individualization and differentiation is essential for growth, success, and confidence in learning- and I hope to bring this to your child.  After teaching and supervising for years, I took a break to have my own kids. Recently, I’ve returned to advocacy work with families- but I’ve realized I miss working directly with children (not just adults!). My current goal is to make space for both. When I’m not with my kids or working, I’ve returned to being a student myself- taking art courses, woodworking classes, and certifying in Wilson Fundamentals. I like to read, draw, and travel wherever they fit in. I hope we can work together, and I hope to hear more about your child, their strengths, and where they need extra support!”