Hero Teacher Sara Ferguson’s Inspiring Story

When the money for her salary from her school ran out, Sara Ferguson did something amazing. She was here to tell her story, and Ellen couldn’t miss the opportunity to do something incredible for her.

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25 Responses to Hero Teacher Sara Ferguson’s Inspiring Story

  1. Anameleth13 says:

    I’m working on becoming a teacher, and you’re right. The situation just isn’t right…

  2. redh34d says:

    I teach too, going on 6 years now, and although it’s not anywhere near glamorous or even comfortable, I have it easier than Ms Ferguson. You go, Ms; what a hero.

  3. salcidofam says:

    Awesome. That just brought me to tears. Way to go Ellen and JCP. I love teachers!!

  4. TheLizzy2400 says:

    Gotta admit but I started to cry :,(

  5. MsTreysongz1 says:

    all they worship is their celebrites

  6. Peter Ellison says:

    Why is Ellen having to help out the Public School System in the USA…Why is there no health care for every American and a PROPER…WELL FUNDED PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM…We aere in a Battle in BC for proper funding…USA..are you “Waiting for Superman?”

  7. MeLoveBunnyz says:

    That’s my 4th grade teacher 🙂

  8. MeLoveBunnyz says:

    Her aunt they showed (Ms.Newman) was my 5th grade teacher . Omg this brings back so many memories !! lol

  9. Holly Roberts says:

    Ellens face at the very beginning! haha

  10. 17wallan says:

    the world needs more people like her

  11. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    I agree with you. I live in the US since 1994. I’m from Brussels, Belgium. I don’t understand it either. Blame it on the government and poor management.

  12. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    Amen to that, the world would be a better place

  13. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    In NY too

  14. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    Because of the Republicans, in Europe everyone has health care…, no school is struggling. I’m Brussels, Belgium, I live in the US since 1994.

  15. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    I love teachers too

  16. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    Congrats to you

  17. Nellie K. Adaba says:


  18. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    Good for you. If I could chose, I would have gone to live in Canada for my University studies. I’m from Brussels, Belgium. I live in the US since 1994.

  19. Nellie K. Adaba says:

    Yes, America wake up!

  20. HDVideoTuts says:

    greedy politicians..thats what!

  21. cobiafish says:

    Greedy people who dont pay or dont think we should pay taxes

  22. jcynavarro says:

    the public school system in some areas of the country is horrible, I’ll give you that.. BUT its not all bad.. my little brother goes to a charter school and is doing great! they are behind every student and as we are very involved at his school, we never hear of any problems. Sure a charter is half public in some ways, but they don’t have rich teachers working there and the money is spent on the kids. which I love so much that they do that.

  23. mrsmushygushy says:

    Wow $100,000…how could anyone hate Ellen, she has the biggest heart!

  24. PartyBoySmilez239 says:

    The U.S.A. may be struggling right now. But there are people that believe & never give up. xD

  25. messi9991 says:

    Struggling right now? Been a downhill ride for an endured length of time now…

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