During the 2019–2020 school year, educators faced obstacles that were both unexpected and unprecedented. The transition to remote learning and the uncertainty educators encountered (and continue to face) throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has made the job all the more challenging.
At HMH, we have a tradition of honoring you—the amazing educators who have demonstrated that it's never too late to open new doors to students' academic success, whether you're in a physical classroom or teaching remotely. More than ever, you have exemplified unwavering dedication and helped students overcome personal and academic obstacles. With that, we're announcing five 180 Educator Award winners, nominated by their colleagues and peers, who have shown that through persistence and dedication, you can make a difference in students' lives and help them grow as learners.
HMH is honoring educators who used one of our blended intervention learning programs—READ 180, System 44, or MATH 180 —in their classroom or school during 2019–2020. The winners will receive an Amazon Gift Card and a classroom library to extend their independent reading station, and will be invited to partner at future HMH-sponsored events.
Learn more about the Educator Winners below!
180 Educator Award Winners
Natalie Mikula (READ 180 Stage A Educator)
Ferris Intermediate School, Ferris, Texas