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The Great American Teach-Off: Week Four and Only Four Teachers Left

Four teachers are vying for your votes. Watch this week's round of videos to help decide who should win the $10,000 classroom grant.


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It's week four of the Great American Teach-Off and there are only four teachers left. Click here now to see which finalists received the most votes last week. Each of the final four teachers has a chance to win a $10,000 classroom grant, so don't forget to vote today.

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Teacher Spotlight: A Talk with Jay Maebori

The 2011 Washington State Teacher of the Year, Maebori gave up his dream of being a sports journalist to be a teacher, and hasn’t looked back.


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Teacher Spotlight: A Talk with Susan German

German is president of the Science Teachers of Missouri with 19 years of experience. After 2,000 students, she knows a thing or two about what works.

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Teacher Spotlight: A Talk with Matinga Ragatz

As the 2011 Michigan Teacher of the Year, Ragatz teaches social studies and global languages and often takes students overseas to study the world.

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Our Latest GOOD Guide: Learn About What Works in the Classroom

Through video and interviews, hear from some of the brightest and most innovative teachers about how student achievement is changing in the classroom.


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Every day, teachers across America are finding new and engaging ways to reach kids. In the GOOD Guide to Great Teaching, we're spotlighting six inspiring teachers who are on the front lines, fighting for their students (and sometimes against public perception), to make sure they share one of the most important gifts we can pass along to our children—knowledge.

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