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National Teacher of the Year Blogs on His Experiences

I wanted to alert readers to a very interesting blog they may also want to follow.

The 2009 National Teacher of the Year, Anthony J. Mullen, a special education teacher from Greenwich, Conn., will spend the year traveling around the country speaking to educators and reformers. He will be blogging about his experiences and sharing insights here for Teacher Magazine.

Mr. Mullen, a former New York City police officer who earned a master's degree in elementary education and special education from Mercy College in New York in 2001, teaches at the Arch School, an alternative branch of Greenwich High School. To learn more about him, read this article by the Council of Chief State School Officers.

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