Robichaw ’14 M.Ed. Receives Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching

By Daniel DiPrinzio | May 25, 2022
Arcadia University alumna Lattonia Robichaw taking a selfie seated at a desk

Arcadia University alumna Lattonia Robichaw ’14 M.Ed., BSW, a special education teacher at the General Philip Kearny elementary school in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties neighborhood, has received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching from the School District of Philadelphia. She earned a master’s degree in Education, with a focus on the teaching of individuals in early childhood special education programs, from Arcadia in 2014, as well as a  Graduate Certificate in Autism (2013). She is dual-certified in PreK-4 and Special Education and holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Temple University. 

The Lindback Foundation presents annual awards to distinguished teachers from Philadelphia public schools who demonstrate excellence in promoting learning at the highest levels. Award recipients are chosen based on their activities that improve the intellectual and character development of students. Graduates from Arcadia’s School of Education are regularly recognized by the Lindback Foundation and with other teaching awards.