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KAPE was formed to provide an alternative to KEA for educators in Kentucky. KAPE promotes professional development for educators and improvement of education for Kentucky children. Our members receive numerous benefits while knowing that none of their affordable dues are used to support controversial social issues, political candidates or parties, or non-educational issues. KAPE uses it time, resources and energy to help educators teach Kentucky students. KAPE regularly attends meetings of the legislators in Frankfort. KAPE's lobbying team works for our members, you! For current information, go to our "Frankfort Updates" page.
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Congratulations to Katelyn Miller
Katelyn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Terrell Miller, Scott County, is the winner of the Family Member 2013 KAPE Scholarship. As a student at Scott County High School, she has participated in a variety of extracurricular activities and school/comunity services and has received recognition for many accomplishments in these activities and service.
Besides completing a rigorous academic schedule, she has been a peer tutor for students with special needs. She better understands their needs and has become more aware of their situations. She has completed Child and Human Development and Foods and Nutrition classes which will also be helpful as she works in a afterschool program in the fall.
Katelyn has set career goals. As a freshman in high school, she became a student member of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants becasue her high school did not offer accounting classes. This organization through its website, mailings and public outreach, offered her the opportunity to learn more about the education, professional requirements and career path of a Certified Public Accountant. Her plans are set...she will enter Western Kentucky University in the fall to concentrate on the study of accounting "because I like dealing with numbers - I enjoy math." Ultimately, she aspires to teach accounting at the university level. She hopes that these accomplishments will give her the opportunity to become a Chief Financial Officer of a large corporation.