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by by Emma Widmar – Racine County Eye in Racine, Wisconsin – USA Adam Martin has taken the road less traveled, and it is that path that led him to Racine. Becoming an Educator wasn’t where Martin saw his future, but it’s definitely where he’s meant to be. This first-grade teacher at Jefferson Lighthouse International […]

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by Linda Jacobson – Education Dive in Maryland When David Brown was in 6th grade at Mount Calvary Catholic School in Forestville, Maryland, he had his first male teacher. Brown — now principal at Hillcrest Heights Elementary in Temple Hills — grew up in a stable home with a father, but he says it was […]

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by By Stacy M. Brown – Insight News in Virginia – United States Rodney Robinson, a 19-year teaching veteran who became a teacher to honor his mother and who struggled to receive an education after being denied one as a child due to segregation and poverty in rural Virginia, was named the 2019 National Teacher […]

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by Global Teacher Prize in Kenya Peter Tabichi is a science teacher and Franciscan Brother who gives away 80% of his monthly income to help the poor.  His dedication, hard work and passionate belief in his student’s talent has led his poorly-resourced school in remote rural Kenya to emerge victorious after taking on the country’s […]

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by Gabriel Garcia in Athens, TN – USA Spotlight on Derrick Vestal – Molding young lives is his calling While going through Lee University to become a teacher, Derrick Vestal’s initial path was like that of most men looking to enter the profession. But, the former McMinn County High School starting quarterback soon realized something. […]

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Rodney West has been an advocate for young children for almost 40 years. He worked in the Early Childhood field as an Assistant, Teacher Resource Teacher, and Administrator. Rodney currently works as an administrator with San Diego Unified School District. He holds degrees in Child Development, Criminal Justice, and Business. His favorite pastime is coaching […]

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by Ronald Viafore in St. Augustine, Florida – USA 1976 After graduating with a BS in Early Childhood Education (I was one of three men in the early childhood department at a state university in Connecticut), I remember the day when I got my first teaching job – teaching in a multi-aged primary Open Classroom. […]

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Head Start Teachers and child care workers mourn the death of Paul Szetela long time ABCD Education Supervisor and trainer for the Boston Head Start. He was a teacher as well as an adminstrator. He had attended early meetings of men and child care groups in the 1990s. In the past few years he has […]

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by Angel G. Mercado in Puerto Rico I became a first grade teacher about three years ago at the elementary school Rafael Qui–ones Vidal in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. I worked for two years at different positions in the school. I worked in Kindergarten, English and Title I in Math. My mother has been a […]

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My daughter has attended the Mesa Child Development Center (MCDC) since Summer 2011; she’ll be leaving for kindergarten in the Fall. She told me that she doesn’t want to go to kindergarten, because she’ll miss Mr. Matty (Matthew Proctor), her teacher at MCDC. She said that although she’ll turn 5 on her upcoming birthday, she […]

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