Today, The Washington Post recognized Sean Pang, an English teacher at Rockville High School, as the recipient of the 2017 Teacher of the Year Award.
In presenting these awards, The Washington Post “aims to encourage excellence in school leadership and to contribute to the improvement of education in the Washington metropolitan area.”
The Teacher of the Year Award, formerly the Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Awards, has been given since 1983 to recognize a pre-kindergarten-12th grade teacher who “ensures students receive a high-quality education through first-class and creative instruction.”
Read more about Sean Pang in this feature article on The Washington Post.
In addition to this profile article, he will receive a $7,500 monetary award, a feature spot in an ad, and a signature trophy.
Congratulations to Mr. Pang and the entire Rockville High School community for this great honor from The Washington Post.