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Bryan Holley, a teacher at Corinth-Holders Elementary School in Johnston County, received the 2008 Milken Family Foundation Educator Award worth $25,000. Given by the Milken Family Foundation, the award recognizes outstanding K-12 educators nationwide.
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James Brooks, an English, film and photojournalism teacher at West Wilkes High School in Wilkes County, received the 2007 NEA Member Benefits-NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence. The award was in recognition of his outstanding instructional expertise, attention to diversity, dedication to life-long learning, and creativity and innovation. The award carries a prize of $25,000. Brooks also was awarded the 2005 Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration.
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 37 Issue 5, May 2007, p3, il, por Periodical Website
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James Bell, an eighth grade English teacher at Chowan Middle School, Chowan County, is the 2007 North Carolina Teacher of the Year. As Teacher of the Year, he will spend the school year traveling around the state talking with others in the education field and parents. Three other teachers who were selected as Regional Teachers of the Year will serve on the 2007-2008 Teacher of the Year Team. They are Beth Howard, a visual arts teacher at Dixon Elementary School in Onslow County; Sonya Kiser, an English teacher at North Johnston High School in Johnston County; and Shawn Watlington, a history teacher at Greensboro Middle College, in Guilford County.
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Diana Beasley, a biology teacher at Hickory High School in Catawba County, is North Carolina's 2006 Teacher of the Year. Beasley will spend the school year traveling the state on behalf of North Carolina's students and educators. Six other regional winners will receive professional leave to join with Miller in promoting the teaching profession. They are Grady Coleman Bailey, Jr., Northeast Region; William Ferriter, North Central Region; Bradley Hyatt, Southeast Region; Shayne Madison, Piedmont-Triad/Central Region; James Strope, Southeast Region; and Debra Stuckey, Sandhills/South Central Region.
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Stephanie Lemon, a Guilford County kindergarten teacher, received the 2004 Milken Educator Awards worth $25,000. Given by the Milken Family Foundation, the award recognizes outstanding K-12 educators nationwide.
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7152
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James Brooks of Wilkes County is the 2005 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. Two other finalists in the competition were Angles V. Currin, a teacher at the Concord Middle School in Cabarrus County, and Cynthia C. Rigsbee, who teaches at Chewning Middle School in Durham County. Currin developed a pen-pal program in an attempt to increase her students' reading and writing skills. To provide her students with high-interest reading material, Rigsbee wrote the book SHOOTING STAR.
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James Brooks, who teaches at Wilkes County's West Wilkes High School, is the 2005 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching and Administration. Brooks' award was for his development of a photojournalism class. The Sanford award, created in 1966 and now considered the NCEA's most prestigious award, honors educational contributions of Terry Sanford.
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Wendy Miller, a K-2 teacher at James W. Smith Elementary School in Craven County, is North Carolina's 2005-2006 Teacher of the Year. Miller will spend the school year traveling the state on behalf of North Carolina's students and educators. Seven other regional winners will receive professional leave to join with Miller in promoting the teaching profession. They are Kim Brown, Sandhills/South Central Region; Paula Gambill, Northwest Region; Jo Anne Honeycutt, North Central Region; Sally Hundley, Western Region; Caroline Pearce, Northeast Region; Susan Poindexter, Piedmont-Triad/Central Region; and Gloria Schwartz, Southwest Region.
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Meredith Knowles Abramson, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Erwin Middle School in Rowan County, is the 2003-2004 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching. The award, created in 1966, honors the educational contributions of Terry Sanford. Abramson received the award for her creation of a project that combined photography, creative writing, and computer technology to help students develop their writing skills. Other finalists were Allison Rollinson (Dare County); Deanna Cook Shue (Cabarrus County); and Patricia Harrison Taylor (Nash/Rocky Mount).
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 34 Issue 5, Apr 2004, p10, por Periodical Website
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Tommy O'Briant Freeman II, received the NEA Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence for 2003. Freeman is a second-grade teacher at Peterson Elementary School in Red Springs. The annual award recognizes, rewards and promotes excellence in teaching and advocacy for the profession. He and four other finalists each received a cash award of $10,000. USA TODAY twice named him one of the top forty teachers in the country. Outside the classroom, Freeman serves his community as an elected town commissioner.
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 34 Issue 2, Feb 2004, p1, il, por Periodical Website
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6827
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The All-USA Teacher First Team, sponsored by USA TODAY, recognizes teachers who \"develop ways to ratchet up learning and make academics get real.\" Elisabeth Hadley, a second-grade teacher at Haw Elementary School in Buncombe County, was one of 20 teachers nationwide selected for the team. Award winners received a trophy, $2,500 for their schools, and $500 for themselves. Hadley has taught school for twenty-three years and was recently honored for being a \"model teacher.\"
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Amy Vaughn, an English teacher at Freedom High School in Burke County, and Chris Monte, a U.S. History teacher and soccer coach at J. F. Webb High School in Granville County, have received the 2003 Milken Educator Award worth $25,000. Given by the Milken Family Foundation, the award, which was created in 1985, recognizes outstanding K-12 educators nationwide.
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Dawnelle Hyland, a teacher at Chewning Middle School in Durham County, is the 2002 winner of the Terry Sanford Award for Creativity in Teaching. The award, created in 1966, honors the educational contributions of Terry Sanford. Other finalists were Margaret Conner (Forsyth County), Gloria T. Lawrence (Guilford County), and Pat Zimmerman (Dare County).
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NCAE News Bulletin (NoCar Oversize L 11 N822x), Vol. 32 Issue 5, May 2002, p10, por Periodical Website
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The All-USA Teacher First Team, sponsored by USA TODAY, recognizes teachers who \"develop ways to ratchet up learning and make academics get real.\" Janie MacIntyre, an Edwards Junior High School teacher in Nash County, was one of 17 teachers nationwide selected for the team. Award winners received a trophy and $2,500 for their schools.
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Patricia Legrand, a chemistry teacher at CTCC Middle College High School in Guilford County, has received the 2001 Milken Educator Award worth $25,000. Given by the Milken Family Foundation, the award recognizes outstanding K-12 educators nationwide. Legrand is one of 120 nationwide winners for 2001.
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