St. John's Is Picked For Teacher Program

Education notes

January 28, 1991

The president of St. John's College in Annapolis, Donald J. MacIver Jr., recently announced that the college has been selected to participate in the Sears-Roebuck Foundation's 1990-1991 Teaching Excellence and Campus Leasdership Award Program.

The awards are presented to top educators at nearly 700 of the nation's leading independent liberal arts colleges and universities as a means of recognizing their outstanding resourcefulness and leadership.

Each winning faculty member receives $1,000, and the institution receives a grant ranging from $500 to $1,500, depending on student enrollment.

Institutional grants are used to encourage campus leadership, faculty enrichment and improved teaching. Winners are selected by independent committees on each campus.


Katherine L. Henry, coordinator of staff development at Anne Arundel County Public Schools, has received the Administrator of the Year Award from the Maryland Association for Educational Personnel.

MAEOP is affiliated with the American Association of School Adminitrators and the National Academy for School Executives.

The award was given in recognition of her outstanding administrative leadership as coordinator of staff development for the past 11 years, training the 7,000 full-time employees of the school system.

Henry has been with the school system since 1970, serving as a classroom teacher, a resource teacher and an assistant principal.

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