Congratulations to Our Winners!

We’re thrilled to announce three winners of the 2023 eSchool News K-12 Hero Awards — dedicated to recognizing the country’s best examples of K-12 success using innovative education technologies.

Read about all three winning nominations here!

K-12 Hero Awards Winners

John Arthur
6th Grade Teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School in Salt Lake City, Utah
Nominated by Follett

Dr. Jesus Jara
Superintendent of Clark County School District (CCSD) in Nevada
Nominated by Edmentum

Tom Lamont
Painting and Design Technology Instructor at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School (BVT) in Massachusetts
Nominated by Tech Ed Concepts Inc.

Read about all three winning nominations here!


About the eSchool News K-12 Hero Awards

Winners were chosen for their commitment to education despite obstacles – including achievement gaps, teacher burnout, and funding – and their creativity and innovation in helping all students continue learning while ensuring students felt safe, empowered, and engaged.

“The program is in its third year and has been tremendously successful. We’re grateful to everyone who submitted nominations and took the time to recognize educators’ commitment to students and their learning,” expressed Nancy David, eSchool Media executive vice president.

Bookmark eSchoolNews.com and our podcast, Innovations in Education, to access all upcoming features, interviews, and roundups of the Hero Awards winners and finalists in the weeks ahead.


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