Providence educator receives national award, $25K cash prize

EMILY CALDARELLI,  fourth-grade teacher at Paul Cuffee Lower School in Providence, won the $25,000 Milken Education Award. She was presented the award during a surprise ceremony on Tuesday at the school. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
EMILY CALDARELLI, fourth-grade teacher at Paul Cuffee Lower School in Providence, won the $25,000 Milken Education Award. She was presented the award during a surprise ceremony on Tuesday at the school. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
PROVIDENCE – In a surprise assembly at Paul Cuffee Lower School Tuesday, Emily Caldarelli, a fourth grade teacher there, was awarded the Milken Educator Award, according to a release from the Milken Family Foundation. Caldarelli was honored by Education Commissioner Ken Wagner, Milken Educator Awards Senior Vice President Jane Foley and R.I. Board of Education…

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