March 1, 2021

Border Crossing with Michigan TOY Owen Bondono - PC069

Border Crossing with Michigan TOY Owen Bondono - PC069

2021 Michigan Teacher of the Year Owen Bondono discusses his the impact of being the first transgender educator to win that award.


2021 Michigan Teacher of the Year Owen Bondono!

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  • Talk about the platform that you’re presenting as Michigan's Teacher of the Year
  • How are you representing LGBTQ this year?
  • How do you/your state promote social justice?
  • Is teaching a political act?

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Owen Bondono

2021 Michigan Teacher of the Year

Owen Bondono (pronouns: he/they) teaches 9th grade ELA at Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Michigan. He is the 2020-2021 Michigan Teacher of the Year. As an educator, his goal is growing students as empathetic critical thinkers and communicators in a space where they are safe and empowered. Owen is focused on bringing anti-racist and queer-affirming practices into the classroom and believes that advocacy drives all good teaching practices. In his spare time, Owen is a writer, the Detroit Municipal Liaison for National Novel Writing Month, and a Dungeons and Dragons player.