This year’s winners of the NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards are making a difference.
In her keynote address, Becky Pringle says the resilience, dedication, and expertise educators have shown during the pandemic can now help transform public education.
‘When we work collectively, remain aware of our purpose, and walk with intentionality, we can build a better world for the students we love,’ says Kimberly Scott-Hayden.
‘I never miss an opportunity to talk to my students about whether education may be their calling,’ says Julius Thomas, a counselor at Rio Hondo College in California.