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The National Teachers Hall of Fame in Emporia, Kan., will induct five new members next month.

They are Leslie Black, a kindergarten teacher in Northport, Ala.; Stewart R. Bogdanoff, an elementary physical-education teacher in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.; Ida Daniel Dark, an elementary music teacher in Philadelphia; James K. Jackson Sr., an industrial-education teacher in Wauconda, Ill.; and Christine Lungren-Maddalone, an elementary teacher in Long Beach, Calif.

A selection committee of local and national representatives chose the teachers, the second class to be inducted into the hall of fame at Emporia State University.

Vol. 12, Issue 36

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