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Sea Gate teacher wins Excellence in Education Award contest

Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through English vocabulary words with first-grader Miguel Pena, 6, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff

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Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through English vocabulary words with first-grader Miguel Pena, 6, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff

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  • Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera explores a North American map with her students, including six-year-old Kelly Nguyen, center, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff
  • A photograph of Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera in the governor's mansion with Gov. Charlie Crist hangs on a bulletin board near the entrance to her classroom.  Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff
  • Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through a reading exercise with her students on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff
  • Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through a reading exercise with her students, Kelly Nguyen, left, and Haley Leyva on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff
  • Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through a reading exercise with her student Miguel Pena, 6, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff
  • Sea Gate Elementary English Language Learner teacher Maria Cabrera works through English vocabulary words with first-grader Miguel Pena, 6, on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009, in Naples. Cabrera is one of three educators across the state who won Gov. Charlie Crist's annual Excellence in Education Award contest. The award, which is given during Hispanic Heritage Month, is open to all Hispanic, full-time educators at an elementary, middle or high school in Florida. One winner is selected for elementary, middle and high school. David Albers/ Staff

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