Kerrie Grant grew up with a father who was an Elementary Principal and as early as the fourth grade knew she wanted to follow in his educational footsteps. She spent four years at Bridgewater State College in Bridgewater, MA earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Education (1987 – 1991) and after being hired as a 5th grade teacher in North Attleborough, MA she began her Master’s Degree in Creative Arts and Learning with a cohort program through Lesley College located in Cambridge, MA (1994 – 1996).
After the first few years of her career teaching 5th and 6th grade at an elementary school, she moved on to teaching grade 6 Reading at North Attleborough Middle School where she has resided for the last twenty years. She received a CAGS in Reading through a cohort at Bridgewater State College (2000 – 2002) and upon graduation was hired as an adjunct professor for Bridgewater State College where she designed and taught a class for Master Degree candidates in Education called “Reading and Writing in the Content Area” for five years. In addition, she provided in school training for her school district on Reading and Writing in the Content Area for a number of years.