• MTA elects Cambridge teacher president

5/10/2010

Paul F. Toner, JD '98 - Paul F. Toner, a Cambridge middle school teacher, speaks Saturday in Boston upon being elected president of the 107,000-member Massachusetts Teachers Association.

Paul F. Toner, a Cambridge middle school teacher,  is the new president of the 107,000-member Massachusetts Teachers Association. Timothy D. Sullivan was elected vice president. They were elected Saturday at the the association’s annual meeting of delegates in Boston, which was attended by more than 1,100 educators and staff from public schools and colleges across the state.

A graduate of Boston University and the University of Massachusetts at Boston, Toner also holds a law degree from Suffolk University. He lives in Cambridge with his wife, Susan Connelly, and their school-age children, Grace and Jack. Camrbidge Day, May 8, 2010

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