Three Gwinnett County Public Schools teachers have been recognized by the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE) as leaders in their field, earning honors at the 2019 GACTE Summer Conference.
- Kylea Woodley of Central Gwinnett High School is the 2019 Georgia Marketing Education Association’s Teacher of the Year.
- Richard Getrum of Maxwell High School of Technology is the Trade and Industrial Educators of Georgia’s 2019 New Teacher of the Year.
- Kimya Rainge of Mountain View High School earned the Georgia Marketing Education Association’s 2019 Carl Perkins Outstanding Service Award.
The GACTE is a state affiliate of the national Association for Career & Technical Education (ACTE) organization. GACTE encourages and organizes teachers to become a part of a collective voice that can influence issues and policies that impact career, technical, and agricultural (CTAE) education. As a member, teachers can network with each other and gain important and helpful tips and techniques as well as participate in professional development at local, state and national levels.