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NGPF Jump$tart Scholarship Winners Announced!

NGPF is excited to announce the recipients of the NGPF Scholarship to attend Jump$tart’s National Educator Conference in Dallas, November 5-7!

Allison Gossick, Blue Valley North High School, Overland Park, KS allisongossick

Allison Gossick has been teaching high school students for over 25 years, and has been teaching personal finance for the past 15 years. She is very passionate about this subject and loves teaching students about the world of money.  Allison is also the CTE Department Chair in her school and the FBLA sponsor.

 

annendicott Ann Endicott, Byhalia High School, Byhalia, MS

Ann Endicott has taught in this school system for 16 years and has three years of teaching experience in five states.  Ann holds a specialist degree in education.  She is married with two children.

 

 

bethcallahanBeth Callahan, Williamsburg Independent School, Williamsburg, KY

Beth Callahan has been teaching business and Spanish at Williamsburg Independent School in Williamsburg, KY for 11 years.  She teaches middle school and high school students.  Beth obtained her B.S. in Business Administration and Public Health, her M.A.T. in secondary education, and her Rank I in Administration from University of the Cumberlands.

 

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The Envelope, Please…Announcing The NGPF Teacher Innovator Award Winners

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Announcing the winners of the 2016 NGPF Teacher Innovator Awards…. Drumroll please. Wait a minute, first we have some people to thank.

Thank you to all of the teachers who contributed to this contest by sharing your favorite activity. It inspires us to see the creativity and innovation occurring in personal finance classrooms across the country. Our selection process this year was made that much more difficult due to the quantity and quality of the submissions.

In fact, the quality and creativity was so high, that we decided to honor four additional teachers beyond the three that we had originally intended. We hope that you enjoy reviewing their activities (we certainly did) and find one that you can’t wait to use in your classroom.