On May 30th, 2019,  Noble Network of Charter Schools announced the 20 teachers that were named  2019 Distinguished Teachers.  Check out the media hits below that features a few of the Distinguished Teachers.

  • Chicago Tribune
    • “The Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago named Amanda Meyers, a 2007 graduate of Andrew High School, a Distinguished Teacher. Meyers, a Tinley Park native who teaches English, graduated from the University of Illinois and has now taught at Pritzker College Prep in Chicago for six years…”
  • Dominican University.edu
    • “Jeremy Robinson MAT ’09 was recently recognized as a Distinguished Teacher, a newly-created program by The Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago. He is an English teacher at Noble’s Rauner College Prep.  Since graduating from Wabash College with a bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish, Jeremy became a Rhodes Scholar, graduating with one master’s degree from Oxford University in England and a second master’s from Dominican University…”
  • Holland Sentinel.com
    • “A 2002 West Ottawa graduate has been recognized as a Distinguished Teacher by The Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago. Matthew Insalaco, a math teacher at Noble’s UIC College Prep, was honored in the initial round of recipients for the new program…”
  • Journal Review
    • “The Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago has announced its first 20 recipients of its newly created ​Distinguished Teacher program, including Jeremy Robinson, an English teacher at Noble’s Rauner College Prep. Robinson is a 2004 graduate of Wabash College who later became a Rhodes Scholar. Distinguished Teacher provides an industry-changing approach to celebrating and rewarding teachers who are achieving an exceptional impact with students. Among other benefits, each Distinguished Teacher will receive $10,000 annually for as long as they remain teachers at Noble…”
  • Journal Star
    • “Delaina Martin, a math teacher at Chicago Bulls College Prep, is one of 20 educators in the Noble Network of Charter Schools named to the organization’s Distinguished Teacher program. The graduate of Richwoods High School in Peoria, Washington University in St. Louis, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education is part of the program covering 17 high schools in Chicago that recognizes effective teachers who achieve exceptional impact with students. Each member of the program receives $10,000 annually as long as they remain with the Noble schools…”
  • New Canaan Advertiser
    • Kristin Parry, a 2006 graduate of Ridgefield High School and a Ridgefield native, was recently named a Distinguished Teacher by the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago, one of the leading public charter school systems in America…”
  • The Ridgefield Press
    • Distinguished Teacher is a newly created program in which 20 exemplary teachers across the network’s 17 high school campuses are recognized for their impact as an educator. Distinguished teacher aims to reward, celebrate and learn from Noble’s most effective teachers. Among other benefits, each Distinguished Teacher will receive $10,000 annually for as long as they remain teachers at Noble…”
  • Wabash.edu
    • “Jeremy Robinson ’04, an English teacher in Chicago, is among the first 20 recipients of the Noble Network of Charter Schools’ Distinguished Teacher program. Robinson, who is an English teacher and 11th grade team leader at Rauner College Prep, will receive a $10,000 bonus annually for as long as he continues to teach in the Noble Network…”
  • The Saint Louis American
    • “Delaina Martin was named a Distinguished Teacher by the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago, one of the leading public charter school systems in America. She is a 2007 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis…”
  • The Tinley Junction
    • “Something seemed a bit off the morning of May 30 when Amanda Meyers first arrived to start her day of teaching at Pritzker College Prep in Chicago…”

 

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