Audrey Jackson, a fifth-grade teacher at JP’s Manning School, has been named the state’s Teacher of the Year. Credit: Massachusetts Teachers Association
Since the state’s Teacher of the Year award began in 1960, only seven Boston Public Schools educators have been chosen for the honor. Jamaica Plain’s Manning School, tucked away in Moss Hill, has produced this year’s winner, fifth-grade teacher Audrey Jackson.
Congratulations to the entire Manning community on this rare honor.