Jessica Elrajan

Jessica Elrajan - Teacher and Educator

Early education, Mother

Expertise: Early Education, International Teaching.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with emphasis in English Education from the University of NorthWestern St. Paul


  • Mother to one-year-old son, Neo
  • Brick and mortar educator turned online teacher with experience in the USA and internationally.
  • Passionate about Early Education.


Jessica has been in the field of education for the past decade. She has taught all grade levels from Kindergarten through 5th grade. ( and some twice ). Jessica also wrote an ELA Curriculum for Elementary school students that has been implemented district-wide for six international schools in Asia and the Middle East. She and a team of educators piloted a fully accredited, K-12 online school, teaching language arts, math, science, social studies and character education for 1st through 5th grades. When Jessica is not teaching, she enjoys visiting her husband’s coffee shop, spending time with her one-year old son, Neo, and taking her cocker spaniel Bella for a walk.


Jessica has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with an emphasis in English Education from the University of NorthWestern, St. Paul. She is licensed through the State of Minnesota for kindergarten through 6th grade.

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