ACTE Announces 2014 Region IV Excellence Award Winners, National Award Finalists
April 14, 2014
ALEXANDRIA, VA—The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 Region IV Excellence Awards:
ACTE Region IV Teacher of the Year, sponsored by Cisco—Patricia Tapley from Idabel, Oklahoma
ACTE Region IV Career Guidance Award, sponsored by Kuder, Inc.—Jeanie Bragg from Denton, Texas
ACTE Region IV Administrator of the Year—Gregory Shipp from Conroe, Texas
ACTE Region IV New Teacher of the Year—Amber Hairston from Monticello, Arkansas
ACTE Region IV Carl Perkins Community Service Award—Kristal Young from Monticello, Arkansas
The winners were announced at an awards ceremony during the ACTE Region IV conference in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 12, 2014. Region winners were selected from among state award winners in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas.
The ACTE Excellence Awards promote merit in career and technical education (CTE) by recognizing individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to CTE, programs that exemplify the highest standards and organizations that have conducted activities to promote and expand CTE programs. Award winners serve as inspirational leaders to ACTE by embodying the core values of serving students and being committed to CTE. For more information about the ACTE Excellence Awards, please click here.
The Region IV winners will progress as national finalists in their categories. The national winners will be announced at the ACTE Awards Banquet, a dinner and award presentation recognizing the best CTE educators in the country, which will take place on Wednesday, November 19, during ACTE’s CareerTech VISION 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. For more information about the 2014 Awards Banquet, please click here.
Who We Are
The Association for Career
and Technical Education is the nation’s largest not-for-profit
education association dedicated to the advancement of education that
prepares youth and adults for successful careers. Founded in 1926, ACTE
has more than 25,000 members; career and technical educators,
administrators, researchers, guidance counselors and others involved in
planning and conducting career and technical education programs at the
secondary, postsecondary and adult levels. ACTE provides advocacy,
public awareness and access to information on career and technical
education, professional development and tools that enable members to be
successful and effective leaders.
What We Do
ACTE is committed to enhancing the job performance and satisfaction of
its members; to increasing public awareness and appreciation for career
and technical programs; and to assuring growth in local, state and
federal funding for these programs by communicating and working with
legislators and government leaders.
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