Special educator recognized for setting high expectations for students

03/2/2012 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Florida middle-school teacher Jacqueline Carrero, who works with students who have disabilities or are English-language learners, on Thursday was named the Broward County Teacher of the Year. Carrero, who was recognized for setting high expectations and embracing a "tough-love" approach, said she often plays the roles of counselor and mother to her students. "They not only need help academically, they need support emotionally," she said.

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