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57 Killeen Independent School District (ISD) teachers are about to receive funding for their professional upgradation. Recently, in one of the regular workshop meeting of Killeen ISD board of trustees, Joyce Hodson, director of Killeen Education Foundation, has awarded a grant value of $42,617.62 to the board of trustees towards the above indicated cause.
Killeen Education Foundation, a non-profit organization, which aims at the development of the Killeen ISD education of the students, education program in the class room; as also development of the soft and hard skills of the teachers and staff, had recently notified regarding the selection of eligible teachers for upgrading their skills. The result of the said notification, the foundation received 21 applications representing professional learning requests for 107 teachers. Jerry Bark, the chairman of the selection committee, selected 8 of those applications consisting of 57 teachers. The eligible teachers will receive their grants in the form of attending training, conferences; as also symposium during this summer and fall season.
According to the director of the foundation, they will be able to do their mission continuously only with the support of charitable donors, for which the foundation owes a lot.