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June 3, 2014 12:00 AM

DPS ‘Teacher of the Year’ says love for kids keeps her on the job

Alison Edwards said that with the state of teacher pay, she has thought about joining a new profession a few times before. But the fifth-year teacher’s love for teaching children was too much to let her leave. That love probably contributed to her winning the Durham Public School district’s 2014 Teacher of the Year award, two weeks ago.

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