Region V Teacher of the Year

September 2010
Journal of Correctional Education;Sep2010, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p267
Academic Journal
The article profiles teacher Celeste Taylor, who was recognized by the Correctional Education Association (CEA) as Region V Teacher of the Year. It notes Taylor's working experience which include as a speech therapist, Montessori pre-school teacher/director and special education teacher. Taylor has been married for 37 years with two daughters.


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