Dr. David Cohen taught junior high school social studies for nine years in the East Ramapo Public school system in Rockland County, New York. His academic accomplishments include a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, Masters of Science from SUNY New Paltz, and a Master of Arts, from The Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research. Dr. Cohen’s professional degrees relating to the field of special education include a Professional Diploma in teaching physically handicapped and learning disabled students and a Master of Education Degree in Special Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University. He earned a Doctor of Education degree from Heed University in Hollywood, Florida. His career has taken him from the teaching ranks of resource teacher in the East Ramapo School District and the Scarsdale Public schools to administrative positions as Department Chairman of Special Education at Scarsdale High School and eventually Director of Special Education for the entire Scarsdale school system. He has also served as the Principal of the Sinai High School program and the Summit School. Dr. Cohen was an English and resource teacher for the P’TACH Program at YUHSB for many years and currently serves as the Learning Disabilities Specialist and Resource Room Administrator at Westchester Hebrew High School.