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Brockway’s Ryan Devlin a finalist for National Teacher of the Year

February 4, 2014

Ryan Devlin

BROCKWAY — Ryan Devlin, a Brockway teacher now entering his seventh
year as an educator, was named Pennsylvania's 2014 State Teacher of the Year a few months ago, and now, he's one of the country's
four finalists for National Teacher of the Year.

Devlin teaches English (grade 11) and technology (grades 9 through 12) at the Brockway Area Jr./Sr. High School. He is also the head of the English Department there, in addition to acting as head cross country coach and senior high gifted advisor.

Read the full story in Wednesday's edition of The Spirit.

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