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Woodward Middle School teacher Brandi Bispham received a Washington Education Association Human & Civil Rights Award

Brandi
 
Woodward Middle School teacher Brandi Bispham received a Washington Education Association Human & Civil Rights Award for being an equity leader within BISD and the greater Bainbridge Island community.
 
Brandi was interviewed in late June about how she makes a difference both inside and outside the classroom and shared advice for  other educators who wish to do the same. (Once the interview is available later this summer, BISD will share it.) Thank you, Brandi, for modeling acceptance and teaching students to be their best selves.
 
From WEA:
On behalf of the WEA Human and Civil Rights Committee, we would like to congratulate Brandi Bispham on being selected as the recipient of the Community Partners Award for her dedicated work.

Every year WEA has honored human and civil rights heroes throughout Washington State. Every year, those heroes, like Brandi, inspire us. WEA will continue to honor our past and rededicate ourselves to the unfinished task of creating a just society. With projects, groups, etc. – we are doing it!
We owe it to the children and young people we educate and the communities that we live in.