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18 Teachers Who Are Real Life Heroes
Welcome to Bravery 101.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, David Robinson showed that real men wear pink by rocking a pink mane.
Jim Hughes, a blind teacher, is so well respected that his students refuse to cheat in his class.
Born without arms, Mary Gannon teaches her students not to let anything hold them back.
Retired teacher Millicent "Mama" Hill gives over 3,000 kids in Watts, Calif. a safe place to go after school.
Math teacher Jon Kitna subbed for Tony Romo and made a forward pass to his students, donating his entire paycheck to the school.
Amy Ryan and Lee Morris saved a speeding bus full of school children after the driver was knocked out of his seat.
Second grade teacher Elaine Johnson rescued two students from a burning car in a school parking lot.
Sheila Edwards takes her students to Skid Row in Los Angeles, Calif. to hand out clothing and supplies to the homeless.
Rajesh Kumar Sharma opened a free school under a bridge in New Delhi to educate the neighborhood’s poorest children.
During a tornado, Becky Jo Evans threw herself onto her students to protect them from flying debris.
P.E. teacher Jen Sculley donated her kidney to a student with kidney disease.
Zhang Lili lost both of her legs while saving her students from an oncoming bus.
Jeanne Manford was one of the founders of Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).
Martha Rivera Alanis sang songs with her class of kindergarteners to keep them calm and safe from a deadly gunfight just outside their school in Monterrey, Mexico.
After shots were fired, Ryan Heber convinced a shooter to give up his weapon, saving 28 students in the process.
Ina Koenig plunged into a 75 ft. mine to save a three-year-old boy and almost died.
In a true act of heroism, Michael Landsberry sacrificed his life to protect his students.
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