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Bradwell Institute, Liberty County High celebrate future educators
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Bradwell Institute students are, from left, Kortney Jackson, Lena Hopkins-Bryant, Kaylynn Stokes, Kayleen Lippy, KaShawna Roberts and Trinity Shaw.

In an effort to build excitement around the teaching profession and encourage students to pursue a career in education, Bradwell Institute and Liberty County High School participated in Georgia’s Future Educators’ Signing Day, a statewide initiative sponsored by the Georgia Department of Education.

The event celebrated nine graduating seniors from the class of 2023 who have made the decision to pursue a career in education.

“Building our own leaders is part of what we do here in Liberty County Schools and we are so proud of our Education Pathway students,” said Dr. Franklin Perry, superintendent of schools. “We are looking forward to the day they can return to Liberty County Schools as one of our certified educators.”

Georgia Future Educators’ Signing Day, held each year during Teacher Appreciation Week, is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Education’s Division of Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education in partnership with the Georgia Early Childhood Education Foundation (GECEF) and Georgia’s colleges and universities.

“It is more important than it has ever been for our state to recruit the best of the best to join the teaching profession,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “During Georgia Future Educators’ Signing Day, we recognize outstanding students across the state who are committing to pursuing the noble calling of teaching. We celebrate these students and their commitment to the profession and cannot wait to have them join the ranks of Georgia’s world-class educators.”

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Liberty County High School students are Abbie Mason, left, and Ja’Angela Wynn.
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