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Why I Teach Feature: Megan Bessey
This week’s feature is Megan Bessey. Megan has taught English as a second language for two years at Provo Adult Education. Megan is passionate about teaching and feels her students need her. Megan is humbled by the strength and willingness of her busy students to come and learn English after a hard days work and feels it is the least she can do to assist them in their journey.
August 23rd, 2019
Utah Valley University's "For the Love of Reading Conference" provides an opportunity for teachers,...
August 22nd, 2019
Amelia Earhart Elementary's main administration started off the school year through posting a video...
August 21st, 2019
Due to conflicts (BYU vs Utah football game), the district has added an additional Bond Information...
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