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Jeanette DiBella Featured on CNN Show “Making the Grade”

In 2010, Jeanette DiBella had become a prominent voice in the desires of the public to reform education. Urban education especially has been given a lot of attention, which is an area that DiBella has great experience in.

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Jeanette DiBella is thrilled to announce that she was featured on a CNN show in 2010. In November 2010, Jeanette DiBella and other education specialists were invited to CNN to discuss the challenges and issues facing educators and those who wish to reform the ailing US education system in a series called "Making the Grade."

During the conversation on the show, the host, Fredricka Whitfield asked challenging questions of Jeanette DiBella. Much of the discussion revolved around how administrators can motivate teachers and students to succeed at all times. Many of the answers from Jeanette DiBella addressed some of the difficult challenges that public and private schools are facing constantly.

Jeanette DiBella was and still is the principal of a highly successful school which primarily serves African American students, Providence St. Mel School in Chicago, Illinois. As the principal of the school, Jeanette DiBella is responsible for ensuring a high quality of education and commitment from students and staff alike.

When asked about her performance on CNN, Jeanette DiBella stated, "I believe I did a good job explaining to viewers the intricacies involved with reforming schools. People and politicians seem to think that education reform can be accomplished with an easy fix, but really it involves entire communities and families to get these schools to where they need to be for our future."

Since the appearance on CNN, Jeanette DiBella has continued to work to improve urban education throughout the country. She has received numerous awards for her efforts and plans to continue her advocacy work until real and permanent improvements are made throughout the country, a goal which has continuously driven her to be where she is today in her stance and involvement on education reform.

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Jeanette DiBella Has Received Numerous Awards for Her Work in Education

Jeanette DiBella has been working in the field of education for over twenty years. During her time in the education field she has taught students but has primarily been focused on the education field.

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Jeanette DiBella is pleased to announce that she has earned a variety of awards and accolades for her work in education. The awards are from a variety of educational organizations and reflect on her commitment to student learning and the improvement of urban schools across the country. She has also been offered adjunct faculty teaching positions to spread her knowledge to future education leaders.

Jeanette DiBella currently works as the principal of the Providence St. Mel School in Chicago, Illinois. She has held this position since 2000 and continues to improve the school every year through her oversight as a head member of faculty. She has a strong background in administrative work and teaching in urban organizations. Her leadership skills are tested and have proven highly effective.

The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Education offered her the opportunity to teach in its doctoral program for Urban Educators from the years 2004 to 2006. Since then, Jeanette DiBella has earned a variety of other awards and accolades.

She won the Crystal Apple Award from the Michigan State University College of Education, was honored by the MMI Preparatory School in Pennsylvania as a distinguished Alumna, was given an Educator of the Year Award from the Phi Delta Kappa organization, and has even been interviewed on CNN.

Asked about her awards and accolades, Jeanette DiBella stated, "I certainly appreciate the awards and offers that have been given to me, but I don't let them distract me from my work. Students depend on me to always be at the best of my ability and awards or not I work for students first."

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