I remember when I was in junior high and high school, I had some remarkable teachers. The sad thing is, I can not remember the names of a couple of them. I do, however, remember what made them remarkable by my standards. I had an English High school teacher named Mrs. Taylor, who had her students read novels, and then, her tests were composed of essay questions about the book. Some of the questions were asked to elicit empirical answers while others were meant to be subjective in thought, i.e., she would ask something like, ‘What do you think chance played in the outcome of the story’? I wish I could have a sit-down with her today and tell how just how she impressed me. Another teacher was my home-room (and science) teacher, Mr. Giddings. He too was so remarkable. He took our ninth grade science class to a well-known university once a week to sit in on lectures; he taught us Morse Code in his science class and other memorable topics, and he expected nothing less than paying full attention in his class. Thank you Mr. Giddings and thank you Mrs. Taylor (where ever you are physically or in spirit) and all of the remarkable and memorable teachers I had, and I thank all of the dedicated and remarkable teachers in the world who make a difference in the lives of so many.