U.S. job growth cools, unemployment rate rises to 6.2 percent | Israel says truce over after soldier apparently captured in Gaza | Tape emerges of Clinton discussing bin Laden day before 9/11 attack | House Republicans to vote on revised border security bill | Argentina sceptically awaits debt default court hearing | Experts start work at Ukraine crash site despite new fighting | Consumer sentiment dips in July | Fed's Fisher, Plosser push for earlier rate hike | Scientific Games to buy rival Bally Tech for $3.27 billion | U.S. consumer spending rises, inflation pressures muted | For some companies, influx of migrant children into U.S. means business | Imam's killing in China may be aimed at making Muslim Uighurs choose sides | Court rejects request to arrest Kremlin critic Navalny | Argentina holds no positive expectations for Friday's debt hearing | Congressman Cantor to resign seat early: Richmond Times-Dispatch | Islamic State imposes media controls in Syrian province | U.S. says India refusal on WTO deal a wrong signal | Argentine markets fall post-default, New York hearing on Friday | Tea Party out-muscles Boehner on border-security funding | Tea Party out-muscles Boehner on border-security funding | Israel, Palestinian militant groups agree to three-day Gaza truce | Tesla expects to boost 2015 output to more than 60,000 | India's demands block $1 trillion WTO deal on customs rules | Iraqi Kurds, battling Islamist threat, press Washington for arms | Lawyers expect hundreds of claims at start of GM ignition-switch fund | Gaza truce collapses amid renewed shelling | 'Smell of death thick' in Gaza air | WHO: Ebola out of control | Ukraine troops ambushed by pro-Russian rebels | Taiwan city rocked by deadly gas explosions | Al-Shabab fighters gun down Somali MP | Kenyan leader orders seizure of coastal zone | Sudan 'apostasy' woman arrives in US | Turks abroad begin voting for president | Hezbollah man dies on 'jihad duty' in Iraq | Benghazi 'falls to al-Qaeda-linked rebels' | Ebola: a disease out of control? |

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Obstacles for teaching globally continue, despite the political necessity of preparing students to be citizens in an ever-shrinking world.”

- 2004 Honoree
Bobbie Mucha,
Westerville South High School