FCSEA 2012-13 -Educator of the Year
The Family and Consumer Sciences Education Association presented Karen Berth, from Central Washington University, located in Ellensburg, Washington with the 2012/13 Educator of the Year award during the ACTE meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Renee was honored for her numerous contributions to the profession. This prestigious award was generously sponsored by Goodheart-Willcox.
This award identifies and recognizes outstanding members for significant contributions. Recipient's of this award must have made significant contributions in representing and promoting family and consumer sciences education; or worked cooperatively with other organizations dedicated to the improvement of family and consumer sciences education; or developed innovative projects and/or programs to enhance family and consumer sciences. Previous recipients have included: Bertha King, U.S. Dept. of Education, Washington D.C.; Emma Yanok, Westerville North High School, Westerville, Ohio; Dr. Daisy Stewart, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia; Judith Hetherly, Austin, Texas; Jo Kister, Department of Education from Columbus, Ohio; Wendy Way, University of Wisconsin; Lela Goar, Eastern New Mexico University; Wanda Fox, Purdue University; Peggy Wild, Indiana Dept of Education; Mary Harlan, University of Central Arkansas; Jewell Deene Ellis, Kentucky Dept. of Education; Judith Kreutzer, Fairmont State College, West Virginia; Jan Bowers, Central Washington University, Washington; Debra DeBates, South Dakota State University, South Dakota; Marsha Ritter, Missouri; and Renee Ryburn from the University Central Arkansas.
The FCSEA's Educator of the Year award is sponsored by Goodheart-Willcox.
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