Robinson receives masters

Lucinda Robinson was awarded a master’s degree in education by the Woodrow Wilson Academy in May. She began her classroom teaching career this fall at Arlington (Mass.) High School.

Robinson, a 2014 graduate of Carleton College and granddaughter of Marilyn McNeish, of Winfield, served in 2017-18 as one of 10 Design Fellows for the Academy, a new competency-based teacher training program developed in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Master’s degree students spend significant time in Boston-area public school classrooms. During her first two years of teaching, Robinson will enjoy mentoring and professional development from the academy.

Robinson is the daughter of Marya McNeish and Bob Robinson, of Durham, N.C.

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