Stratford teacher inducted into National Teachers Hall of Fame: 'There’s no bigger honor'
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Kristen Record, a Stratford teacher, was recently inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame.
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David Bosso, a Berlin teacher and National Teachers Hall of Famer, presents an award on March 16, 2023 to Kristen Record, a Stratford teacher who was recently inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame.
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Kristen Record, co-vice president of the Stratford Education Association, the Stratford teachers' union, protests COVID-19 inaction with fellow teachers on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Monday, November 23, 2020.
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4 of5 Stratord teacher Kristen Record speaks to State Board of Education. Feb. 14, 2018 Linda Conner Lambeck Show More Show Less
5 of5 Kristen Record swings a ball over her head as she teaches Honors Physics at Bunnell High School Thursday, June 10, 2010. The demonstration was part of Record's explaination of the Doppler Effect and the way distance and motion effect pitch. Record, the 2011 Connecticut Teacher of the Year said she was shock to hear the governor imply tenure could be earned so easily. Lindsay Niegelberg/ST Show More Show Less
STRATFORD — A Bunnell High School physics teacher has joined a select few and become the sixth Connecticut teacher to be inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame.
Kristen Record, who was
Connecticut's 2011 Teacher of the Year, received news of the latest honor in a surprise ceremony in Bunnell's media center on Thursday surrounded by her colleagues, family, friends and previous winners.
Katrina Koerting is a communities editor with Hearst Connecticut Media Group. She is also the editor of the Fairfield Citizen and Westport News. She previously covered Redding, New Milford and surrounding towns for The News-Times. She joined The News-Times in 2015 after spending a few years as a reporter in Virginia.