Marlborough AP Teachers Recognized
Two Marlborough AP teachers are among 15 to be recognized by a Massachusetts educational organization.
Editor's Note: The following information was provided by the Marlborough Public School District.
Congratulations to Marlborough High School English teacher Jose Reyes and science/technology and engineering teacher Kathleen Richov, two of just 15 advanced placement (AP) teachers throughout the state to be named “Teachers in Excellence” by Mass Insight Education and Partners in Excellence.
Teachers in Excellence are recognized for their exemplary contribution to student success through their involvement in and support of the Mass Math + Science Initiative’s (MMSI) work to increase high school AP course participation. Reyes and Richov will be guests at the Partners in Excellence Award Celebration on March 7 at Boston’s Museum of Science and will receive their awards.
MHS has been a four-year participant in Mass Insight Education’s Mass Math + Science Initiative (MMSI), the state’s largest academic high school math and science program aimed at underserved students. The program includes teacher training, content coaching and additional learning time for students to produce results.
Partners in Excellence is a group of philanthropic individuals, organizations, and foundations committed to STEM education. By investing in teaching, Partners in Excellence helps support them in increasing access to their AP classrooms, which helps drive student outcomes and fuels program success.
For more information, visit http://www.massinsight.org.