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  • Gulfport teaching team wins national award for their project-based teaching style

    Gulfport High School teachers Patrick Wadsworth and Gerald "Dave" Huffman are one of the 10 finalists for the 2017 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. As a finalist, the school and teachers received $30,000. Their students work collaboratively on projects that they choose, acquiring real-world experience in the process.

Gulfport teaching team wins national award for their project-based teaching style

Gulfport High School teachers Patrick Wadsworth and Gerald "Dave" Huffman are one of the 10 finalists for the 2017 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. As a finalist, the school and teachers received $30,000. Their students work collaboratively on projects that they choose, acquiring real-world experience in the process.
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