Carver High’s Stefan Lawrence leads his 11th-grade English class in a lesson on Langston Hughes poetry the morning after he was named the 2016 Muscogee County School District Teacher of the Year. Lawrence, 30, was cited for, among other qualities, his enthusiasm and ability to relate his students’ lives to the literature that they study.
Carver High’s Stefan Lawrence leads his 11th-grade English class in a lesson on Langston Hughes poetry the morning after he was named the 2016 Muscogee County School District Teacher of the Year. Lawrence, 30, was cited for, among other qualities, his enthusiasm and ability to relate his students’ lives to the literature that they study. Robin Trimarchi rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Carver High’s Stefan Lawrence leads his 11th-grade English class in a lesson on Langston Hughes poetry the morning after he was named the 2016 Muscogee County School District Teacher of the Year. Lawrence, 30, was cited for, among other qualities, his enthusiasm and ability to relate his students’ lives to the literature that they study. Robin Trimarchi rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

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