Sister Edward William Quinn, IHMAssistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

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  • phone: 215-587-3744

Professional Goal

Sister Edward is passionate about providing AOPS schools with a quality curriculum using instructional strategies that provide for the integration of faith values in every content area.

 Experience and Skills

  • Nearly 50 years of educational experience, including 35 years as a Catholic teacher in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Diocese of Camden
  • Accomplished work within the Office of Catholic Education and the Office of Non-Public Programs mentoring, developing, and supporting teaching staff
  • Numerous publications on education, Catholicism, and mathematics; written works for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, the NCEA, and algebraic workbooks
  • Multiple recognitions for professional achievement: Suntex International Award for Outstanding Contributions to Mathematics Education (2009), Rose Anita McDonell Award for contributions to education (2005), PASPE Outstanding Math Teacher for Philadelphia and for the Delaware Valley (1996), NCEA Distinguished Catholic Educator (1999), Professional of the Year representing Religious Education Administration in Cambridge Who’s Who (2010-2011)
  • Professional memberships have included ASCD and PA Diocesan Curriculum and Government Program Coordinators


  • BA – Elementary Education (English, Theology), Immaculata College
  • Certificate in Religious Studies – St. Charles Seminary
  • MA – Elementary Administration, Rowan University
  • Postgraduate studies in Mathematics, Education, Technology – Villanova University, Immaculata University, University of Southern Utah, Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Personal Note

Sister Edward attended a parish high school and was often called on to be the “substitute” teacher; Ann Menna was a student in one of the first classes she taught. It was this experience that gave her her first love for teaching. Coming from a family of 15 children, Sister Quinn also served as her mother’s “maid of honor” at her second wedding.