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ARCHIVES : TEACHERS OF THE MONTH : 2004

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Outstanding Teachers of the Month-December 2004
Teachers are the backbone of our educational system. They richly deserve the recognition that Education Update gives them. Congratulations to this month's Outstanding Teachers of the Month in recognition of the vital role they play in our childrens' lives.
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November 2004

  • Maria Barry
  • Julisa Cunulata
  • Shantay Danzy
  • Dawn Haskin
  • Robinson Ortiz
  • Daniel Vernikov

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June 2004

  • Bonita Bua
  • Maria Crowe
  • Angela Florio-Lippe
  • Mirta Gallego
  • Steve Goldring
  • Patricia Sibley
  • Pat Sturm
  • Shirley Wang

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May 2004

  • Steven Bloom
  • Margaret Breen
  • Ronald Burger
  • Beth Rodger
  • Giovannie Sosa
  • Lynette Vazquez
  • Sharon Weissbart

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April 2004

  • Victoria Sottile
  • Joanne Vitiello
  • Louise Masiello
  • Dennis Robinson
  • Linsey Miller
  • Tania Sanchez
  • Dolores Molesphini Trum

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March 2004

  • Ernestine Belton
  • Josephine Coskie
  • Danielle DeMartini
  • Olga Economos
  • Daniel Jaye
  • Lisa Lafontant
  • Barbara Morochnick
  • Elyse Stefanishin

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February 2004

  • Teresa Foley
  • Maria Perdios
  • Pearl Halegua
  • Gina Refano
  • Jennifer Hunter
  • Christine Soraghan
  • Sari Jacobs
  • Dr. Gary Spindler

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July 2003

Making History:
Honoring Outstanding Teachers in New York City Public Schools to Become Annual Event

The Department of Education, as the Board of Education is now known, is over 100 years old. During that time, the pendulum has swung from centralization to decentralization and back, from teaching reading via phonics to the whole word approach and now back to phonics again, from bilingual education to immersion and back.

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