Esther Kwon, assistant principal at Inouye Elementary School, has been honored with the prestigious Milken Award, which comes with a monetary prize of $25,000.
The Milken Award, also known as the “Oscar of Teaching,” is given to outstanding educators who have made a significant impact on student learning and achievement.
Kwon has demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication to their students and the education community. Her innovative teaching methods and commitment to student success earned her recognition as one of the top educators in the country.
The Milken Award serves as a testament to Kwon’s hard work and dedication at Inouye Elementary, and is a shining example of the impact a dedicated educator can have on the lives of their students. The monetary prize will undoubtedly help further her mission of providing the best possible education for their students.
The achievement is also a testament to the importance of investing in the education sector and recognizing the critical role educators play in shaping the future of our children.