Andrew Lovett is a born leader who constantly seeks new ways to engage his math students. That dedication helped him win 2009 Teacher of the Year for Carver’s School of Health Sciences & Research. The same qualities that make him a prime candidate for administrative positions within the district also make Lovett an asset in the classroom. A management position in the district would be a natural progression for Lovett or any teacher who makes a positive impact on student achievement. But Atlanta Public Schools is dedicated to retaining and rewarding teachers who motivate students and produce results in the classroom. That’s the driving force behind the Effective Teacher in Every Classroom Initiative (ETEC), which received a huge boost in January in the form of a $10 million, three-year grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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