Jerome Cohen is a Maryland resident who graduated form Forest Park High School in Baltimore City, Towson State Teachers College (B.S.), and Loyola College (Masters in Math Education and certificate of 30 credits beyond Masters in Administration, Supervision, and Curriculum development).
He is a mathematics teacher with previous experience at Milford Mill High School in Baltimore County (also Varsity Tennis coach, yearbook dedicatee, and it's academic advisor), Seton-Keough High School, Bais Yaakov School for Girls, House of Good Shepherd, Baltimore City Community College, Howard Community College, and as a summer part-time teaching statistics for Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Business and Management.
He has also worked as assistant to the chief statistician at National Plastics, Inc. (Odenton, MD.), volunteered in the physical therapy department at Children's Hospital, taught English to Russian families who have recently moved to Baltimore, participated as a guest speaker at the National Convention of the Orton Society, and has been the math resource person serving on the Board of MADAY (Maryland Association for Dyslexic Adults and Youth).
He was a freshman advisor in the FYE (First Year Experience) program and a lecturer in the Mathematics Department at Towson University with a teaching schedule that emphasizes his major interest in mathematics education.
Mr. Cohen retired from Towson University in May 2013.