Georgia Teachers of English to
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GATESOL in the Community

Dr. Cherrilynn Woods Washington (Region 4), 2016-2017 President of GATESOL, is WIDA's "Featured Educator" for November 2016!

Click HERE to read more about it or copy and paste the following link in your browser window:

https://www.wida.us/ProfessionalDev/EducatorResources/FeaturedEducators/Nov2016CherrilynnWoodsWashington.aspx

Greg Wickersham (Region 4), 2015-2017 Treasurer for GATESOL, supported a former student, and WABE 90.1, featured his struggle: "8 Months In Immigration Detention: A DeKalb Teen’s Story."   

Click HERE to read more about it!

Kendra M. Castelow (Region 8), 2016-2017 1st Vice-President of GATESOL and Conference Chair for the 2017 GATESOL Annual
Conference
and Regional Liaison for
Regions 8, 9, & 12, welcomed a visit from Congressman Austin Scott.  Kendra was K-12 Delegate to attend the 2016 TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit.  (Click HERE to read about GATESOL's experiences.)  As Congressman Scott's constituent, she invited him to visit her ESOL students.  Read the following excerpt from Congressman Scott's e-newsletter:

 

Out and About in the Eighth Congressional District:

Last week, I was able to travel around South and Middle Georgia to meet with constituents in my district offices, as well as visit businesses around the Eighth Congressional District.

On Wednesday, I stopped by Miller Elementary in Warner Robins to meet with Principal Elizabeth Johnson and the ESOL Teacher at the school, Kendra Castelow. My mom taught ESOL in Tifton, so I know the important work they do.  It is our teachers and local school administrators who best know the needs of their students, and I'm grateful for teachers and principals, like those at Miller Elementary, who are making a difference in the lives of their students.

 

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