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Honors and Recognitions

Posted: April 13, 2010

MHS Assistant Principal Attends Google Teacher Academy for Administrators

Ken Tuley, assistant principal at Manzano High School, recently attended the first Google Teacher Academy for Administrators held last month in San Antonio, TX.

Ken Tuley, assistant principal at Manzano High School, recently attended the first Google Teacher Academy for Administrators held last month in San Antonio, TX.

The Google Teacher Academy for Administrators is a free professional development experience designed to help K-12 educational leaders get the most from innovative technologies. Each academy is an intensive, one-day event where participants get hands-on experience with Google's products and technologies, learn about innovative instructional strategies and receive resources to share with colleagues. Upon completion, academy participants become Google Certified Teachers who share what they learn with other K-12 educators in their local regions and beyond.

“I'm excited to be a part of the first administrator group of Google Certified Teachers and I can't wait to share what I learned with our teachers and students as well anyone else who is ready to learn and move forward,” said Tuley.

Tuley also is an Apple Distinguished Educator, awarded that honor in 1999 as a member of one of the first classes of ADEs. He continues to collaborate with other outstanding educators around the world on improving teaching and learning, while serving as an advisor, advocate and author to Apple Inc.