You are here: Home Employees Honors and Recognitions Taylor Teacher to Become Global Education Leader
Posted August 1, 2014

Note: This news item is more than a year old. Browse for more current news.

Taylor Teacher to Become Global Education Leader

Middle school science teacher Turtle Haste is a fellowship recipient of the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program.

The Teachers for Global Classrooms Program provides a year-long professional development opportunity for middle and high school teachers from the United States to become leaders in global education.

Global education is integral to building 21st century skills. Recognizing that teachers are the greatest resource in empowering students to be global citizens, Teachers for Global Classrooms was developed to equip fellows with the global competencies necessary to bring an international perspective to their schools.

Through targeted training, an international field experience, and collaboration with colleagues in other countries, teaching and learning is transformed in their classrooms, effectively bringing their students onto the global stage.

More information on the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program

Document Actions
Filed under:
News
Holiday Wishes from Supt. Reedy
"However you choose to spend the winter break, I wish you happiness, comfort and rest – well-deserved rest."
Second Semester Calendar
Teachers and school staff return on Jan. 2. Second semester starts Jan. 3.
2018-19 School Calendar
The calendar approved by the Board of Education has students returning on Aug. 13, 2018, and wrapping up the school year on May 22, 2019. In addition, spring break aligns with UNM's for the first time in many years.
Sprint Provides Mobile Devices to 2,200 HS Students
The 1Million Project includes free wireless connectivity to help close the homework gap.
Albuquerque High Celebrates Renovated Digs
The city's oldest school recently celebrated a $14 million makeover.