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Brenda Peterson qualifies as final for CTE Award!!

SOUTHLAKE, TexasApril 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Twenty inspirational educators from across the country have been named finalists in the first annual Career Compass Awards created by eDynamic Learning, the largest provider of Career Technical Education (CTE) and Elective digital curriculum for grades 6-12. The awards were open to any United States certified teacher currently teaching a CTE course utilizing the eDynamic Learning digital curriculum in their public, private, virtual, or charter school program. The finalists span the nation from Florida to Alaska and were selected for their use of the curriculum to help guide passion to purpose and keep their students on track and engaged in learning this year.  

Finalists Include:

Milford Chavous, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Florida
Mariah Dolan, North Dakota Center for Distance Education, North Dakota
Rebecca Giedosh-Ruge, Mat-Su Borough School District, Alaska
Catherine Hay, Santiam Canyon School District, Oregon
Dr. Lucas IngersollHorry County Schools, South Carolina
Terry Kass, Lake County High Schools Technical Campus, Illinois
Katherine Larson, North Dakota Center for Distance Education, North Dakota
Paula Life, Proximity Learning, Inc, Texas
David Marks, Lake County High Schools Technical Campus, Illinois
Brian Nagy, Nassau BOCES, New York
JoAnna NehringDouglas County School District, Colorado
Nancy Ortner, Visions In Education, California
Nicholas Parker, CESA 2, Wisconsin
Brenda Peterson, Pathways Charter School, California
Kimberly Schor, Branson School District RE-82, Colorado
Regina SmartCalcasieu Parish, Louisiana
Angela Smith, Career Prep High School, Ohio
Cyndi TeeguardenHorry County Schools, South Carolina
Jeanye Wester, Texas Tech University K12, Texas
Anthony White, Kodiak Island Borough School District, Alaska

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