Johnson & Wales University has awarded Julie Lima Boyle, Rhode Island’s “Teacher of the Year,” with a $10,000 scholarship to continue her education at Johnson & Wales University's graduate school. Boyle, an English teacher at Coventry High School, received the award at a surprise ceremony with Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and Education Commissioner Deborah A. Gist last week. Watch the video
She will represent Rhode Island as a candidate for National Teacher of the Year. Lifelong Teacher EducationThe scholarship gives Boyle the opportunity to continue honing her teaching and educational leadership skills at our graduate school. Fittingly, Boyle wears a bracelet with the inscription Ancora emparo, which means “I am always learning." It’s a lesson she imparts to her students daily.Learn how you help lead the education field with a Doctorate of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership from JWU.