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Jeff Bernstein
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Attends Hofstra University
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Speaking of smartwatches, we're giving away a Pebble! Is it any good? Well, find out in our review, then join to win one!

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  • Village School of Great Neck
    Social Studies Teacher, 2001 - present
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Social Studies teacher in an alternative public HS for 13 years after 25 years in computing. Completing an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
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  • Hofstra University
    Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, 2006 - present
  • SAT - SUNY Binghamton
    Computer Systems, 1974 - 1975
  • Harpur College - SUNY Binghamton
    History, 1969 - 1974
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