America’s First Lady Jill Biden Leaves White House to Become Teacher
The First Lady of the United States Jill Biden has resumed teaching at the Northern Virginia Community
Biden becomes the first First Lady to leave the White House for a full-time job
Even before resuming full time, Biden had been teaching English and writing remotely for months
America’s First Lady Jill Biden has returned to her role as a teacher at the Northern Virginia Community College.
Before becoming the First Lady, Biden had been a teacher at the college since 2009 and she finally returned on Tuesday.
Her return to full-time teaching means that she is the first First Lady to hold a full-time job, according to NBC News.
While speaking to Good Housekeeping magazine in a recent interview, Jill Biden disclosed that she could not wait to get back to school.
She will resume teaching English and Writing at the college as she had been doing remotely for months.
During the period in which her husband served as the Vice President, Biden taught community college.
She is however not the first us First Lady with a teaching background. Laura Bush, the wife of former President George Bush served as a teacher before having children.
Leaders of the National Education Association, America’s largest teacher union revealed that they are proud to see the former First Lady return to teaching.
Jill Biden, 70 is a professor of English at the Northern Virginia Community College.