Pikesville man to be inducted into National Teachers Hall of Fame

PIKESVILLE, Md. - Paul Miller, a 94-year-old Pikesville resident will be inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame in Emporia, Kan. on June 17.

Miller will be among a group of five teachers inducted from Indiana, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington. He is the first from Maryland to ever be inducted.

Miller taught math for the past 76 years, or about 27,000 days.

He has taught at Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College, Loyola University, Towson University, UMBC, Baltimore City Community College, CCBC at Essex, CCBC at Catonsville, Southern High School, City High School, and others.

He has also written two math books and tutored thousands.

But Miller isn't done teaching yet.

He currently teaches calculus at Baltimore's Ner Israel High School, where he has been for 52 years.
 

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