Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Harford County Teacher to Be Inducted into The National Teachers Hall of Fame

EMPORIA, KANSAS – Maryland teacher Mrs. Rebecca Gault was surprised at a special assembly held at Bel Air Middle School. She learned that she was selected as one of the top five teachers in America and will be feted during a three-day induction into The National Teachers Hall of Fame (NTHF) June 12-14 in Emporia, Kansas. 
A 22-year veteran of teaching, Gault teaches sixth grade Language Arts at Bel Air. She is the third teacher from Maryland to be inducted into The National Teachers Hall of Fame. She joins last year’s inductee, David Brock, a science teacher at Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, and 2011 inductee Paul Miller, a math teacher at Ner Israel Henry Beren High School in Baltimore, as Maryland’s members of the prestigious Hall of Fame. Read more...

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