A+ Effort – Clark teacher honored for human rights education

Frank Stebbins, a social studies teacher at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, was chosen as the 2019 Hank Kaplowitz Human Rights Educator of the Year. The award honors leadership in bringing human rights activism into the classroom, inspiring students and educators to be more than just a bystander but to take action where it is needed. Stebbins was selected by the International Human Rights Conference Committee at Kean University. The award was presented at the Human Rights Institute at Kean University’s 12th annual Human Rights Conference, “Hunger: The Politics of Food,” on March 22. Stebbins also represents Union County on the NJEA Government Relations Committee.

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