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Nominations Sought for Street Law’s 2009 Educator of the Year

Nominations Sought for Street Law’s 2009 Educator of the Year

Each spring, Street Law, Inc. honors an exemplary law-related education teacher at the Annual Awards Dinner.  Potential nominees include classroom teachers, school resource officers, law students, lawyers, and professionals from community-based organizations and juvenile justice settings.

The Educator of the Year Award, sponsored by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, will be presented at the Fifth Annual Street Law Awards Dinner on April 22, 2009, in Washington, DC. 

Nominations Process

The criteria for selection are:

  • A person who educates students in an exceptional manner, and
  • who uses Street Law materials

The nomination deadline is Friday, February 6, 2009.  The recipient will be selected by a committee comprised of Street Law, Inc. board and staff members and will be notified by Friday, February 20, 2009.  To nominate someone, visit www.streetlaw.org/nominate.

If you have questions about this award and/or the nominations process, please contact Deborah Foster

Past Recipients of the Educator of the Year Award

  • 2008:  The Honorable James P. Swanger, District Court of Clark County, Vancouver, WA
  • 2008:  Kerry Sylvia, social studies teacher, Cardozo High School, Washington, DC
  • 2007:  Laura Dym Cohen, adjunct associate professor of law at Southwestern Law School
  • 2007:  Cathy Ruffing, social studies teacher, Centreville High School in Clifton, VA
  • 2006:  Patrick McGillicuddy, social studies teacher, South Brooklyn Community School, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2005:  Fred Cole, social studies teacher, MAPS Alternative School, Marquette, MI

The Educator of the Year Award is proudly sponsored by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill

 

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