Nj teacher of the year essays

Amy T. Andersen, a high school American Sign Language (ASL) teacher at Ocean City High School has been selected as one of four finalists for the 2018 National Teacher of the Year. “I am truly humbled to have been named a finalist for National Teacher of the Year, and I am proud and honored to represent the fantastic teaching taking place across New Jersey,” said Andersen. “I believe all children deserve to have a voice, no matter how different, whether signed or spoken, and a way to express that voice. I am excited to have this opportunity to bring attention to American Sign Language, deaf culture and the global benefits of being bilingual.” The National Teacher of the Year program is run by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). One of the four finalists will be named the 2018 National Teacher of the Year this spring and will spend the next year traveling the country as a spokesperson and advocate for the teaching profession. OCHS’s Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Taylor says Anderson has single-handedly grown the American Sign Language (ASL) Program.

The arrests this year follow last year’s statewide child porn bust that netted 40 arrests, with at least one arrest in each of the state’s 21 counties.  The latest investigation was led by the State Police Regional Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and reached beyond New Jersey’s borders and included help from 11 agencies including the FBI, Homeland Security and law enforcement in California, Indiana and Washington DC. More than two dozen New Jersey agencies were also involved along withe every prosecutor’s office.

Nj teacher of the year essays

nj teacher of the year essays

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