“Teachers, parents, and policymakers have the same goal, a quality education for everyone.”
She has been a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at MediaX at Stanford, and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Creative Commons. She has been involved in the Open Education initiative since 2005 and has worked extensively on the Open Textbook initiative.
Esther transformed the journalism program at Palo Alto High School from a small program involving 19 students to the largest journalism program in the US involving more than 600 students and four journalism teachers. Today is a fourpart program (Broadcast Journalism, Magazine Journalism, Web Journalism and Newspaper Journalism) that has garnered extensive national recognition.
She was recognized as California Teacher of the year in 2002, she is in the Hall of Fame at National Scholastic Press, received the Gold Key Award from Columbia University, and recently was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by Palo Alto University.
In 2012 she addressed the G20 conference in Mexico on education issues.
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