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SYRACUSE, NY, May 13, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ --Eleanor L. Johnson, a retired American History Teacher formerly of Jamesville-DeWitt High School, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in secondary education. For such excellence, Ms. Johnson was chosen for inclusion in "Cambridge Publishing's Top 101 Industry Executives," a book highlighting the personal and professional achievements of its most esteemed members.
Eleanor L. Johnson is a retired American history teacher who taught at Jamesville-DeWitt High School. Throughout the course of her more than 54-year career, she lectured on American history to seventh- through 12th-grade students. Ms. Johnson became involved in her profession, taking after her mother, who was also a teacher. She had an illustrious career enriching the lives of youths, taking extra steps to help children with learning disabilities. Additionally, she was involved in writing the New York State Regents Examinations, which enabled her to provide useful hints and tips to students preparing to take the test. Noting that schools nowadays are very test-oriented (especially with the No Child Left Behind act), she recounts how she always strove to help her kids overcome learning obstacles. "We don't save them all," she shared, "but the schools are the first and last institutions to get their hands on them." Her commitment to students entailed giving second and third chances when learning a particular lesson when most other teachers would have given up.
Ms. Johnson, who is passionate about history, is currently writing a book to be prepared for publication. Entitled "Turning the Pages," it details the history in DeWitt. While she has written approximately 350 pages, she admits that she is "nowhere near completion." She continues to devote five hours a day to the book and, thankfully, she enjoys the work she puts into it. "I can't do anything else," she joked. "I'm not going to just sit at home, doing nothing; nor will I be going to any tea parties anytime soon." In whatever spare time she has, she enjoys traveling, reading history and researching the early settlers of Upstate New York.
Ms. Johnson received a master's degree in Asian studies in 1963 from Syracuse University and a bachelor of arts in American history in 1954 from the University of Rochester. She is a member of the DeWitt Preservation and Historical Society, the Jamesville-DeWitt Faculty Association, the Onondaga Historical Association, the New York State United Teachers union and the New York State Retired Teachers Association.
About Cambridge Who's Who
With over 400,000 members representing every major industry, Cambridge Who's Who is a powerful networking resource that enables professionals to outshine their competition, in part through effective branding and marketing. Cambridge Who's Who employs similar public relations techniques to those utilized by Fortune 500 companies and makes them cost-effective for members who seek to take advantage of its career enhancement and business advancement services. Cambridge is pleased to welcome its new Executive Director of Global Branding and Networking, Donald Trump Jr., who is eager to share his extensive experience in this arena with members.
Cambridge Who's Who membership provides individuals with a valuable third party endorsement of their accomplishments and gives them the tools needed to brand themselves and their businesses effectively. In addition to publishing biographies in print and electronic form, it offers an online networking platform where members can establish new professional relationships.
Headquartered in Long Island's premier office building, RXR Plaza, the Cambridge Who's Who staff spans more than 10 departments and comprises a team of nearly 200 highly skilled and dedicated employees. Together they work to provide members with the recognition and exposure needed to further their careers, expand their businesses and network effectively in an economy where referrals are more important than ever.
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