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Arkansas Superintendent and California Teacher Selected as 2012 Outstanding Young Educators

Today at ASCD’s 67th Annual Conference and Exhibit Show, Matt McClure and Liliana Aguas were announced as winners of the association’s 2012 Outstanding Young Educator Award.
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Today at ASCD’s 67th Annual Conference and Exhibit Show in Philadelphia, Pa., Matt McClure, superintendent of Cross County Schools in Cherry Valley, Ark., and Liliana Aguas, a teacher at Leconte Elementary School in Berkeley, Calif., were announced as winners of the association’s 2012 Outstanding Young Educator Award (OYEA).

ASCD created the OYEA program in 2002 to recognize creative and committed teachers and administrators under the age of 40 who are making a difference in children’s lives. A panel of diverse education professionals selected McClure and Aguas as the 2012 OYEA winners from a large pool of candidates nominated by educators across the globe.

The winners will each receive a $10,000 cash award and an ASCD Institutional membership. ASCD is currently accepting nominations for next year’s award. To nominate someone or learn more about the OYEA program, visit www.ascd.org/oyea

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