Kentucky Association of Professional Educators
Promoting world-class education for ALL Kentucky students through initiatives that recruit, develop, retain and recognize highly accomplished educators.
The winner of 2015 Fall Student Teacher “Teacher of Tomorrow” Scholarship is Virginia “Ginna” Marsh. Ginna is graduating from Campbellsville University. She student taught at Green County Middle School and Metcalfe County Elementary School. Congratulations Ginna!
2) KAPE is excited to announce that it will be providing a mentorship program for members seeking National Board Certification. For more information regarding this program, download our information packet!
3) Congratulations to our KAPE 2015 Scholarship Winners, view photos here.
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