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The 19 teacher honorees who have stepped up for their union and their students get together with Janella Hinds (bottom right), the UFT vice president for academic high schools, at the awards ceremony.
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UFT President Michael Mulgrew (third from right) joins a happy crew from The Urban Assembly New York Harbor School, a Team High School honoree.
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Teachers from the Cultural Academy for the Arts and Sciences are adorned with colorful leis and their school in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, now is adorned with a banner proclaiming it a Team High School honoree.

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English teacher Jan L. Scott (center), an Excellence in Education award winner, has earned the respect of her colleagues at Manhattan’s Chelsea Career and Technical Education HS, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get silly sometimes, even if a UFT vice president (Janella Hinds, standing left) is nearby.

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The jazz ensemble from the Brooklyn HS of the Arts in Boerum Hill, conducted by John Scandone, provided the entertainment.
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Illustrator Jose Gonzalez, a paraprofessional at Teachers Preparatory HS in Brooklyn and the winner of the UFT’s first Making a Difference Award last year, was surprised with a collage created by Wafaa Armanious (left) of Edward R. Murrow HS in Brooklyn, one of the UFT’s 2016 Paraprofessionals of the Year.
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Educators from the Bronx HS for Law and Community Service take a selfie so they can spread the word about their Team High School Award.
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Keynote speaker Christine C. Quinn — the president and CEO of Win (Women in Need), the largest provider of shelter, permanent supportive housing and services for homeless families and children in the city — has been a friend of the UFT since her days as speaker of the New York City Council.
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The 19 teacher honorees who have stepped up for their union and their students get together with Janella Hinds (bottom right), the UFT vice president for academic high schools, at the awards ceremony.
Miller Photography
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UFT President Michael Mulgrew (third from right) joins a happy crew from The Urban Assembly New York Harbor School, a Team High School honoree.
Miller Photography
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Teachers from the Cultural Academy for the Arts and Sciences are adorned with colorful leis and their school in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, now is adorned with a banner proclaiming it a Team High School honoree.

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English teacher Jan L. Scott (center), an Excellence in Education award winner, has earned the respect of her colleagues at Manhattan’s Chelsea Career and Technical Education HS, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get silly sometimes, even if a UFT vice president (Janella Hinds, standing left) is nearby.

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The jazz ensemble from the Brooklyn HS of the Arts in Boerum Hill, conducted by John Scandone, provided the entertainment.
Miller Photography
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Illustrator Jose Gonzalez, a paraprofessional at Teachers Preparatory HS in Brooklyn and the winner of the UFT’s first Making a Difference Award last year, was surprised with a collage created by Wafaa Armanious (left) of Edward R. Murrow HS in Brooklyn, one of the UFT’s 2016 Paraprofessionals of the Year.
Miller Photography
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Educators from the Bronx HS for Law and Community Service take a selfie so they can spread the word about their Team High School Award.
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Keynote speaker Christine C. Quinn — the president and CEO of Win (Women in Need), the largest provider of shelter, permanent supportive housing and services for homeless families and children in the city — has been a friend of the UFT since her days as speaker of the New York City Council.
Miller Photography

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