Stacey Cline is a primary/junior teacher in Toronto, Canada, with experience in politics, advertising and education. She earned her Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) at Queen’s University, where she majored in Political Studies.
After several years in the office of a federal Member of Parliament, Stacey worked as an Account Executive at a Toronto advertising agency. Throughout those years, she also volunteered at the Toronto Public Library as a tutor in the adult literacy program.
In 1999, she returned to school to complete her Bachelor of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, and began teaching in the Toronto District School Board in 2000 as a classroom teacher and as an ESL resource specialist. Stacey lives in Toronto with her husband and two children.
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