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Two NDSCS educators score teacher, provider of the year awards

by NDSCS News

Posted on 9/9/2011

Photo of Lisa Schumacher and Deb Dusek
Lisa Schumacher, Deb Dusek
North Dakota State College of Science educators Lisa Schumacher and Deborah Dusek have received awards for their exceptional work in special needs education and their dedication to student success. Schumacher, a reading and writing lab assistant, has been named the Outstanding Career and Technical Special Needs Teacher of the Year.

Dusek, an English and Humanities Associate Professor, was named Outstanding Direct Special Needs Support Provider of the Year. The Teacher of the Year award is given to a classroom instructor or job placement coordinator who works with identified specials needs students in career and technical education programming. The Direct Support Provider of the Year is given to an administrator or non-classroom person who has made a major contribution to the development and/or growth of career and technical special needs education.

Both awards are given annually at the North Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education Conference.



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