April 25th, 2011
“If we want to understand how much teachers are worth, we should remember how much we were formed by our own schooldays,” writes Marie Myung-Ok Lee in a recent editorial in The New York Times. With all of the recent upheaval about state budgets, schools, and what teachers are worth, the author of the article recalls her teachers who made a difference in her life and set her on a path to become a writer.
We’ve all had teachers like this during our school years, whose impact lasts beyond the classroom walls. Who was the one teacher who made a difference in your life? Share your story in the comments section and we will randomly select three commenters to receive a free Stenhouse book.
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