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Obama Delivers Award For “Teacher Of The Year”

The President presented the award, apple-shaped, McComb, a professor of English at school and arts center of the Patapsco in Baltimore, who at 30 is one of the younger teachers who have never received the award.

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Obama honors teachers who open a “better way” to the country

President Barack Obama said today that teacher in primary and secondary open “a better way” for their students and for the country to deliver the Teacher of the Year award to a professor of Baltimore (Maryland), Sean McComb.

“I still remember all the wonderful teachers that made me who I am, they opened me to the world,” Obama said at a ceremony with the finalists from each state to the annual award given by the White House.

“We are situated in a better way, and do so in spite of how much we demand. Teachers do not have days off, even when they are exhausted, even when wearing all night up with their own child, or when they have invoices or something personal in mind. Once you’re in front of the class, have minds that depend on you, “he added.

The President presented the award, apple-shaped, McComb, a professor of English at school and arts center of the Patapsco in Baltimore, who at 30 is one of the younger teachers who have never received the award.

“Something that says a lot about Sean is that one of his students said, ‘What do you think of when I become a teacher‘ And when Sean asked what subject you would like to teach the child replied.’No matter just want to enjoy myself as well as you do every day, “said Obama.

McComb works with students in a program of college preparation called AVID (stands for Progress via Individual Determination), addressed to “students who have the capacity needed but need an extra push to reach their full potential” said the president.

In the last two promotions in its class, 98% of students entered a four-year college, many with scholarships, Obama added.

The President considered especially meritorious when he was a high school student, McComb “had quite serious problems at home and felt listless and uninterested in anything,” until he began to teach Language with a teacher named Schurtz “one of those teachers that change everything.”

“The Sean himself could see the impact a teacher can have on a child’s life. And it was the example of Mr. Schurtz which led him to become Sean also professor of language,” he added.

“When Michelle and I talked with the students, we often say that the education we is a two-way street. Our job is to provide students great schools and great teachers, and yours is do your homework and work hard,” said Obama.

He stressed that investing in education has been one of his top priorities since coming to power, an idea that also highlighted today by Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan.

“Our goal is that every family has at least one large public school choice,” Duncan said during a press conference at the White House.

The Education Minister also considered that it is also important that children “grow in environments of diversity,” and held that, according to projections by the Department, “next year will be the first in history in which the majority of students come from minorities.”

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