Michael Loeb is a middle school science and special education teacher at the Urban Institute of Mathematics in the Bronx. There, he serves as a union chapter chair, an instructional coach, grade-team leader, and mentor. His school has been frequented by the City’s school chancellor, the State’s education commissioner, Albany politicians, and others. He was a NYC Big Apple Award finalist in 2016.
Since 2011, Michael has served as treasurer of E4E’s National Board of Directors. As a Teacher Leader he has recruited teachers to join E4E, co-authored two policy papers, led panel discussions, spoken at events, and been featured in the press. Michael holds a master’s degree in education from the City College of New York and a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in journalism.