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Sixty Wisconsin educators selected as 2020 Educators of Promise

Wednesday, March 11, 2020


DPI Media Line, (608) 266-3559
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, in collaboration with the Wisconsin Army National Guard, and the Wisconsin Association for Middle Level Education, today named 60 educators as the 2020 Educators of Promise. The group was selected for having a strong potential for educational and community leadership.
Teachers, pupil services staff, and administrators from across the state applied to the program. The group was selected through a competitive process, focusing on readiness for learning and leading. The 2020 Educators of Promise serve in unique roles within their respective school districts, and support the DPI in ensuring all Wisconsin students are college and career ready upon graduation.
“Each of the educators named to be part of this prestigious group have such tremendous leadership potential,” State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor said. “This group of educators is dedicated to taking on the challenge of growing, and using their voice and leadership ability to help Wisconsin students succeed in our schools.”
The 2020 Educators of Promise are invited to attend the 2020 Wisconsin Educator Leadership Rendezvous from July 21-23, 2020, at Fort McCoy. The three-day leadership retreat is led by Wisconsin Army National Guard staff and teacher leaders, who serve as assistant squad leaders. With a goal of growing their ability to lead, attendees engage in hands-on learning, team-building activities, seminars, and more.
For more information on the Educators of Promise program and the rendezvous event, contact DPI Education Consultant Mark Mueller at (608) 266-3945, or at

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