Class of 2018-19

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    Margaret Sassorossi

    This woman (my grandma) is an inspiration to me. I am following in her footsteps as a math teacher and hope to live up to her legacy.
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    The Young Family

    In honor of Ms. Clara and Mr. Keller at Tuckahoe Elementary during Teacher Appreciation Week with many thanks for everything that they do!
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    Ellen and Jerry

    We honor our daughter, who helps support teachers, and our friends who go above and beyond the call of duty for their students.
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    Alissa Platz

    Thank you to public school educators for inspiring the next generation of learners and leaders!
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    April Reisma, 2018 NEA Foundation California Casualty Awardee

    Public education is the foundation of our country. We all have a responsibility to protect it!
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    Dr John M Dluhy MD

    Each member of my family is a teacher and my oldest son-an art teacher who does an honors course. I am proud of our collective contribution.
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    Scott Nine

    Our collective future is uncertain in direct proportion to our honoring and investment in meaningful learning and powerful communities.
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    Allison Parker Riddle

    Public education provides hope, strength, and inspiration for every community. It's been my honor and joy to teach and change lives!
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    Soledad O’Brien

    The promise of public education is it creates opportunity. Thanks for your role in creating a system that harnesses the power of the mind.
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    Christian Duffus

    Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things different.
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    Sandra Walker

    I have had an absolute blast being a teacher! Each day is a surprise and a joy! Thank you for letting me have an impact on your lives, kids!
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    Lissa O’Rourke

    I have learned more from my students than they will ever learn from me.
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    Nick Archuleta

    Education is the key that unlocks the door to endless possibilities.
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    Valeria Lassiter

    My first post is honor of my 7th Grade Teacher, Ms. Nancy Kay Wall. Toward the end of the school year, she gave me the book The Bluest Eye.
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    Deborah M. Meaux

    To strengthen America as a ray of light to the world, we must give ALL its children the torch of knowledge, love, and faith in themselves.
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    Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig

    To learn more about Julian's passion for education and social justice, visit the blog Cloaking Inequity.
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    In honor of Sara Sneed

    The love between a mother and daughter is forever. Sara, your Mom is watching from above with great pride.
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    Carol Bauer

    Life is an adventure and the best adventures begin with friends. Thanks NEA Foundation for being part of my adventure. China Class of 2017.
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    Sara A. Sneed

    In honor of an extraordinary woman and phenomenal educator: my mother, Nettie J. Sneed.
  • freshman


    My mother was a teacher. My daughter and her new husband are teachers. I probably should've been a teacher. Teacher's are critical!