Education honor society earns Chapter of Excellence award
By Jessica Sinn
University News Service
September 17, 2007
The ACE award, presented by the international honor society in education Kappa Delta Pi, recognizes
Kappa Delta Pi chapter resource consultant Mindy Fairchild said to win the award, chapters must complete six program objectives: Programming, recognition, ideals, practices, professional and leadership development and fellowship.
“We’re one of the best chapters in the
Fairchild said she recommends future educators to join Kappa Delta Pi because it offers an array of valuable resources for educators, including international networks, scholarships and grants.
“I think it’s important to be a part of Kappa Delta Pi,” Fairchild said. “Education is a hard field; everyone’s looking at you because you’re teaching their children. We offer many valuable resources for teachers who are looking to build their resources, networks and lesson plans.”
More than 55,000 educators are Kappa Delta Pi members. Fairchild said the ACE award recognizes future educators who carry out the society’s vision: Recognizing and enhancing growth in scholars and leaders.
For more information about Kappa Delta Pi, call (800) 284-3167 or visit www.kdp.org.