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Monday, September 29, 2003
Montgomery teacher named national German teacher of year
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Nellie Tietz loves to push her eighth-grade German students at Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet School to get the most out of them. That dedication is paying off.
"She is a wonderful teacher," Nickey Wirshing said. "She pushes you and you hate it, but then you love her for it."
Her students aren't the only ones who love Tietz. The National Association of Teachers of German has named her the 2003 Outstanding German Educator at the secondary level. The 6,000-member organization selects three winners each year — one at the elementary level, one for secondary education and one who teaches college-level German. She will be honored at the association's annual meeting in Philadelphia in November. [...]Good job, Ms. Tietz.
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