Magaly Madrid is the first Miami-Dade County teacher to win PETA’s TeachKind Teacher of the Year award. Pictured, Madrid and her first-grade students complete the book “Buddy Unchained,” based on a true story about an abused dog who was rescued by a animal shelter worker and adopted by a loving and caring family.
Magaly Madrid is the first Miami-Dade County teacher to win PETA’s TeachKind Teacher of the Year award. Pictured, Madrid and her first-grade students complete the book “Buddy Unchained,” based on a true story about an abused dog who was rescued by a animal shelter worker and adopted by a loving and caring family. Photo provided by Magaly Madrid
Magaly Madrid is the first Miami-Dade County teacher to win PETA’s TeachKind Teacher of the Year award. Pictured, Madrid and her first-grade students complete the book “Buddy Unchained,” based on a true story about an abused dog who was rescued by a animal shelter worker and adopted by a loving and caring family. Photo provided by Magaly Madrid

PETA honors Miami teacher for fostering her students’ love for animals

July 13, 2017 02:26 PM

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