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"I was the person who was never chosen for school plays, so this is my chance," she says of her many personas in the classroom.
A proud product of New York City's educational system, Ms. Toliver was born in Harlem and now lives in the Bronx. She attended Harriet Beecher Stowe Junior High School, Walton High School and Hunter College, where she earned a master's degree.
But after years of inspiring students, Ms. Toliver, 47, says she is ready to help other teachers.
"My style is my style," she said. "I don't want people to feel they have to be Kay Toliver. But I want to have a legacy, a group of teachers with the fire and the willingness to teach for another 28 years."
Last month a PBS show, "Good Morning, Miss Toliver," showcased her favorite lessons. And she is still reaching out to students, via a new series of videotapes about careers involving math. The series is called "The Eddie Files," because one of her students, Eddie Lisboa, narrates them.
The Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education, which is producing the videotape series, found Ms. Toliver after she won the Disney American Teacher Award in 1992.
"I never was interested in contests," she said. "My reward was always the kids who weren't interested in this subject called math, and they grew to like math. And they grew to like school. And they invited me to their Sweet 16's." EMILY M. BERNSTEINContinue reading the main story