Doctorate Student Named Curriculum and Instruction Administrator of the Year

The Association of California School Administrators has named current doctorate student Maureen Latham as Curriculum and Instruction Administrator of the Year.

Each year, the Association recognizes educators and community members statewide for their excellence as school leaders and their dedication to public education. This year, awards will be presented in 19 job-alike categories and five special service honors at the association’s Leadership Summit in San Diego, from Nov. 4-6.

Earlier this year, Latham, who serves as assistant superintendent of instructional support services in the Beaumont Unified School District, was also presented with the California League of Middle Schools 2009 VIP Award and named a District Educator of the Year by her peers.

Listen to theĀ Press Enterprise Podcast on her achievement.

Thurber, an English bulldog, is the University's mascot.

He is named after Clarence Howe Thurber, University president from 1933-37.

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