The National Teachers Hall of Fame, based in Emporia, Kan., annually honors five teachers from across the United States who have at least 20 years of teaching experience. The Hall of Fame, so far, has inductees from 34 states — including Maine — and Washington, D.C.
Anyone can nominate a teacher by completing a nomination form.
The teachers nominated must be certified instructors working in public or private schools. Their experience can be in teaching pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
Visit the Hall of Fame website to learn more.