First Lady Jill Biden, who holds a doctorate in education, will resume teaching this week at Alexandria campus of Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA), the White House said Saturday.
She will do so in person, after a year of remote teaching because of the pandemic, The Washington Post reported.
“Can confirm that she starts teaching a new semester next week,” a spokesman for the first lady said in an email.
The First Lady will resume teaching writing this week for 13 weeks on Tuesdays & Thursdays at NOVA, where she taught full-time during her two terms as second lady. She has been a member of NOVA’s faculty since 2009.
If you’re interested in taking a class with her this fall, there are no spots available. Her students give her pretty good marks as a professor. She is the first first lady to combine her professional duties with a job outside the presidency.