Teacher of the Year Update Show more
While I made it into the top 26, I was not in the top 5 when they announced the winner at a black tie gala last night.
I feel a social pressure to be upset by this, so that others can console me and tell me I'm still a good teacher, but it's not necessary.
I am amused by how little my ego has been bruised by this event.
Also, my parents got to come to the gala, which was very nice.
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