4 LA Teachers Surprised With $15,000 Jewish Educator Awards

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  • Source: Patch
  • 09/22/2023
LOS ANGELES, CA — Four unsuspecting Los Angeles educators were surprised with $15,000 cash prizes, the Milken Family Foundation announced Thursday.

The unrestricted cash awards are for Los Angeles-area Jewish day school educators recognized with the prestigious Jewish Educator Award for their contributions to excellence in education. The Awards, were presented annually during surprise assemblies by the Milken Family Foundation with Builders of Jewish Education.

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