Today's World Learning Center Staff

Our teaching staff consists entirely of NJ certified educators whose many years of classroom experience guarantee expert differentiated instruction for each of our students. Like Barbara Henke, the late founder of Today’s World Learning Center, our teachers utilize teaching techniques and “best practices” honed in the same grade level classrooms of those students with whom they work at TWLC of Warren. Our teachers’ expertise in instructional strategies and integration of the Common Core Standards complement the rigors and goals of our programs. On-going professional development helps to assure our teachers deliver our program with expectations on the federal, state, and local levels. Combined, our staff brings decades of classroom teaching experience and expertise to the language arts programs at Today’s World Learning Center of Warren.


Carol Senff - Director/Owner

Carol Senff, a former Advanced Placement high school English teacher and Language Arts Supervisor (Grades K-12), retired in 2009 after 38 years in education. As owner and Director of TWLC-W, Ms. Senff oversees all curriculum and professional development for staff, as well as instructs middle and high school students. She also delivers a College Application Essay workshop in the summer and fall for juniors and seniors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and secondary education, a Masters of Arts in English and a Masters of Arts in Instruction, Administration, and Curriculum. In addition, she is certified to teach English as a Second Language, and also holds certification in educational administration. A life-long learner, Ms. Senff attended Columbia University’s Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing Project in 2014. Ms. Senff is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English and the International Reading Association.

In the community, she serves as President of the Friends of the Library in Warren Township and Vice President of the Warren Library Advisory Board.