Premier & Minister Congratulate Dean Foggo

October 23, 2021

Premier David Burt and Minister of Education Diallo Rabain congratulated Dean Foggo for winning the Bermuda Education Network’s 2021 Outstanding Teacher Award.

Premier Burt tweeted the photo below, saying: “Congratulations to former PLP MP Dean Foggo for winning the Bermuda Education Network’s 2021 Outstanding Teacher Award. Thank you to all of Bermuda’s educators who play a vital role in shaping the future of Bermuda through their dedication & commitment to our youth.”

Minister of Education Diallo Rabain also congratulated the award winning teacher, saying, “I want to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of all of Bermuda’s teachers. But today, I want to highlight the newly announced Bermuda Education Network’s 2021 Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Mr. Dean Foggo.

“A veteran in education, Mr. Foggo is a shining example of sincere passion and inspiration for Bermuda’s youth. We commend him, and on behalf of the Ministry of Education, I say thank you.”

The other finalists for the 2021 Outstanding Teacher Award include Stephanie Correia, Andrea Isaac, Troy King, Kendra Lightbourne, Vernon Lambe III, Patricia Nesbitt, Makeba Stowe, Winsome Wilson Place, and Florence Brown.

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  1. comfortably numb says:

    Well done to Mr Foggo who I am sure is doing a great job but surely the field is weakened if no teachers are considered from the private schools? Why this limited field whenpublished examination results suggest the outstanding teaching is being performed in the private schools?

  2. Terrence Roberts J.P. says:

    Congratulations Dean.
    Well Deserving

  3. comfortably numb says:

    Congratulations to Mr Foggo, who, I’m sure is doing a wonderful job. However, why are the private school teachers not eligible for this award? External examination results suggest there is some amazing teaching going on in the private schools yet they are shut out from this award, Fair? I don’t think so.