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Cambridge College: A Lasting Effect on Education
- Every summer, students from across the United States gather at Cambridge College's summer campus in Massachusetts for the National Institute for Teaching Excellence (NITE) program. However, there are two students who travel a little farther for their education. Idamay P. Denny, the Deputy Chief Education Officer of the Ministry of Education, and Sylvia Henry, a Senior Education Officer for the Ministry of Education in Barbados, first attended the NITE program in 2005. After receiving their Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in February 2007, the women continued on to Cambridge College's Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership. This summer, they will be in Massachusetts finishing their dissertations and preparing to defend their work in July 2008.
Cambridge College Alumna Wins Georgia Teaching Award
- On February 29, 2008, Amanda Jones (M.Ed., '06) got the surprise of a lifetime: two Georgia State Representatives showed up to her classroom and presented her with the 2008 Georgia Teacher of Promise Award. The annual award--which is given to an individual among Georgia's 170 counties--recognizes an educator with less than three years of experience that shows exceptional promise in teaching.
A Bid to Keep the Spirit of Education-- and Mary Baker--Alive
- There are no Brockton public schools named after a woman, but Denise Baker-Bradley is hoping that will change. The city is building two new elementary schools and Baker-Bradley is campaigning for one of them to be named after her late mother and Cambridge College alumna Mary E. Baker (M.Ed 1980).
Cambridge College and Mother Caroline Academy Partner Together for Success
- Jane O'Connor, headmaster of Mother Caroline Academy and CC grad (M.Ed. 1990), creates opportunities for those less fortunate and provides leadership and direction to every organization she encounters. Jane is one of several thousand Cambridge College alumni who make it their life mission to change the world.
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