International Educator of the Year
Congratulations to our 2017 International Educator of the Year:
Dr. Michael Roemer, Trinity Valley School
Board of Directors Chairman Marjorie Adams, Dr. Robert Gates, Dr. Michael Roemer and Barry French
Dr. Roemer is a classroom teacher who also is the creator and director of the Trinity Valley School's K-12 Global Initiatives program designed to, as he explains, "make the world a classroom—for me, for our students and for our teachers." Dr. Robert Gates spoke about leadership at the luncheon.
In working directly with middle school, high schools and universities, the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth has encountered numerous educators devoted to enriching their students’ knowledge of world affairs and expanding international learning opportunities for their students. These teachers and administrators demonstrate leadership by going above and beyond their normal responsibilities.
Just as these teachers feel it is important to help their students develop a better understanding of the world, we at the Council feel it is equally important to recognize the efforts of these dedicated individuals. The International Educator of the Year Award will provide to the winner a year’s membership to the Council and a $500 award.
Who is eligible for this award?
A local 6-12 educator and WAC teacher member who has demonstrated leadership by going above and beyond their normal responsibilities and has contributed exceptionally to the development of global minds in the classroom.
What are the benefits associated with this award?
The International Educator of the Year will receive a one year membership to the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth and a $500 award.
Who can give me more information about this award?
View Past Recipients
For more information, contact Amy Miller , Director of the Education, via e-mail or at (214) 965-8415.