My Teacher, My Hero

I had so many teachers who made an impact on my life and I will always be grateful because for me they were the only role models, besides my mom that was I exposed to:

Take the opportunity to thank your teachers:

Thank the teachers who touched your life, by posting your own video message to

Anyone who does will be in good company-—joining celebrities, athletes, public officials, and business leaders who have already personally thanked their teachers in candid videos posted online in an effort to help launch the new My Teacher, My Hero initiative. Then, during National Teacher Appreciation Week May 3-7, 2010, a series of awards will be granted to the teachers acknowledged on the site, including the most viewed videos, and to the schools which tally the most teachers thanked.

To post a tribute or see others, visit the Myteachermyhero/ website.

Check out whose thanking who:
Mayor of LA, Antonio Villaraigosa
Anil Dash
Sean Paul

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