Mark A. Sandy was born in Brooklyn, NY to parents who emigrated from Trinidad and Tobago. Mark attended Nassau Community College and received an Associate’s degree. He went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree from Howard University in Washington, DC. Since 2001, Mark has been a teacher in the Prince George’s County Public School system where he has taught grades 2-5. He is co-chair of the Peer Assistance and Review Panel and is also a member of the board of directors for Prince George’s County Educators Association. Mark serves as delegate for Maryland to both the Maryland State Education Association and National Education Association. Through his passion for service and education, Mark has been a grade level chair, and creator and inaugural director of After-School programs. Mark also mentors inner city youth with Higher Achievement and Big Brothers of America programs.
Videos of Practice
with Mark Sandy
Using “accountable talk” to set a high standard of student discourse in your classroom.