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 Our Fourth Season!
Airing September 27, 2013 @ 6:00pm
Anne-Marie Hodges-Herring

"Are We Really Preparing Our Children For The Future?"


Anne-Marie Hodges-Herring has been a Special Education Teacher for twenty-five years.  Graduated Kean University in 1986 with a BA in Special Education, along with a Teacher of Handicapped Certification, in 1990 she received a MA in Guidance Education

Student Personnel Services (Guidance Counselor) Certificate, in 2002 she received a MA in School Administration, and she also has received a Supervisor and Principal Certification.   


She taught Autistic elementary students for four years, and then ventured into teaching Emotionally Disturbed Children from 1990 to present.


Mrs. Herring has been employed by the Elizabeth Board of Education since 1990. She has obtained several awards in her field of training such as, being awarded Teacher of the Year in 1993, Governor's Teacher's Recognition Award in May 2003, and Teacher of the Year for the District of Elizabeth by the Elizabeth Rotary Club in November, 2003 **The First Special Education Teacher to be awarded such a award.  


My Grandfather taught me this and it's what I pass on to my students, "EDUCATION IS POWER AND THE ONE THING THAT CAN NEVER BE TAKEN FROM YOU".  

September 27, 2013
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