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UCO honors diversity work

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At the 36th Multicultural Education Institute, several individuals were honored for helping build cross-cultural appreciation in schools. Pictured from left: Regina Lopez, UCO instructor of curriculum and instruction; April Haulman, UCO professor of curriculum and instruction; Jahree Herzer, principal at Northwest Classen High Schoo; Silvya Kirk, educational consultant; and Angela Mooney, UCO assistant professor of curriculum and instruction. [Provided by UCO]
At the 36th Multicultural Education Institute, several individuals were honored for helping build cross-cultural appreciation in schools. Pictured from left: Regina Lopez, UCO instructor of curriculum and instruction; April Haulman, UCO professor of curriculum and instruction; Jahree Herzer, principal at Northwest Classen High Schoo; Silvya Kirk, educational consultant; and Angela Mooney, UCO assistant professor of curriculum and instruction. [Provided by UCO]
The University of Central Oklahoma recently honored three metro-area residents and one organization for contributing to diversity in the Sooner State. On Feb. 22, UCO’s 36th Multicultural Education Institute recognized diversity work in English-language learning and cross-cultural education. Jahree Herzer, principal at Northwest Classen...
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