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  • VIDEO: Tacoma teacher of the year talks politics, education, change agents

    Lincoln High School teacher Nathan Gibbs-Bowling sees education as a key to making Tacoma a world class city. “I’m creating a group of citizens who are going to go out and be change agents,” said Gibbs-Bowling, Washington’s Teacher of the Year. “Education is a transformative force,” His job is to change lives, he said.

Lincoln High School teacher Nathan Gibbs-Bowling sees education as a key to making Tacoma a world class city. “I’m creating a group of citizens who are going to go out and be change agents,” said Gibbs-Bowling, Washington’s Teacher of the Year. “Education is a transformative force,” His job is to change lives, he said. By David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Lincoln High School teacher Nathan Gibbs-Bowling sees education as a key to making Tacoma a world class city. “I’m creating a group of citizens who are going to go out and be change agents,” said Gibbs-Bowling, Washington’s Teacher of the Year. “Education is a transformative force,” His job is to change lives, he said. By David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

State Teacher of the Year from Tacoma talks about giving teachers a voice

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