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Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

When people say students who struggle with their English can’t excel in Advanced Placement classes, Melanie Moffat and Anna Williams cry foul. They say that with a little extra support, any student can thrive.

Moffat and Williams, teachers at Park City High School, are proving their theory with the program Dream Big, and they were recently named recipients of the Charles E. Bennett UEA Human and Civil Rights Award because of the program’s success. Dream Big helps students prepare for and pass AP classes and tests, and helps them excel beyond high school. The Utah Education Association Board of Directors will present the two teachers with the award on May 17 in Salt Lake City.

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Park City High School teachers Melanie Moffat, left, and Anna Williams were 
recently announced winners of the Charles E. Bennett UEA Human and Civil 
Rights Award.  The Utah Education Association Board of Directors selected them
for the honor becaue of their work with the program Dream Big. 
(photo by Carolyn Webber Alder/Park Record) 

Note:  PCEF donors support the Dream Big program.

 

 

 

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