Photo Galleries

A selection of photo galleries from Teacher Magazine. (Galleries Require Macromedia Flash player.)

Photos by David Kidd. Barb Hagen couldn't save the troubled middle-schoolers she taught for 20 years. Now she helps inmates get their lives back on track. Read the related story. (May/June 2007)

Photos by David Kidd. Six educators who've taught longer than most of their colleagues have lived. (May/June 2007)


Photos by David Kidd. Annie Lindsay, 76, is scared to retire. If she does, Birmingham, Alabama's, last public dance school class may disappear. Read the related story. (March/April 2007)

Photos by Christopher Powers. Educator-turned congressman Tim Walz plans to shake up Washington. Read the related story. (March/April 2007)

Photos by Erin Lubin. 'Iron Science Teacher' is just like regular professional development—only with a stopwatch, cameras, and an audience. Read the related story. (January/February 2007)

Photos by Gale Zucker. The Sound School Regional Vocational Aquaculture Center, a public high school in New Haven, Connecticut, gives students a maritime education. Gallery includes an audio backdrop of sea-shanty-singing by students. Read the related story. (December 01, 2006)

Photos by Venise Grossman and Ray Kirschner. A summertime trip to Botswana becomes a living lesson for one New Jersey educator. Read the related story. (December 01, 2006)

Photos by Sevens. The hotbed of technological invention that is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab is also proving to be a fertile incubator of educator imagination. Read the related story. (October 01, 2006)

Photos by Sam Dyson. On a two-week journey to their sister school in Umlazi, South Africa, Sam Dyson's students at Chicago’s Walter Payton College Prep High School forge new cultural and linguistic connections. Read the related story. (October 01, 2006)

Photos by David Kidd. HBO's highly acclaimed series The Wire has covered both crime and politics in Baltimore. This year, writer-producer and ex-teacher Ed Burns spotlights another monumental challenge: middle school education. Read the related story. (September 01, 2006)

Photos by Jakub Masur and Erin Lubin. Eight years ago, a California school district abolished a two-tiered system for academic haves and have-nots and replaced it with one pointing all students toward college. It's paying off. Read the related story. (September 01, 2006)

Photos by Chienyi Hung. A look at the intense final rounds of the 2006 Scripps National Spelling Bees Competition in Washington D.C. Gallery includes audio interviews with participants. Read the related story. (June 2, 2006)

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