Trade Talk: Council lauds Santa Fe’s economics teacher, program

By Paula BurkesBusiness writerpburkes@oklahoman.comEDMOND — Unbeknownst to one another initially, two students at Edmond Santa Fe High School lobbied hard a few years ago for an Advanced Placement (AP) economics class — which came to fruition last fall.
As a sort of crowning achievement, the students’ beloved instructor, Megan Shadid, last week was named teacher of the year by the Oklahoma branch of the 65-year-old, New York-based Council on Economic Education.
At the award presentation Friday, Shadid turned the attention to her 38 AP economics students.
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By Paula Burkes
Business writer
pburkes@oklahoman.com

EDMOND — Unbeknownst to one another initially, two students at Edmond Santa Fe High School lobbied hard a few years ago for an Advanced Placement (AP) economics class — which came to fruition last fall.

As a sort of crowning achievement, the students’ beloved instructor, Megan Shadid, last week was named teacher of the year by the Oklahoma branch of the 65-year-old, New York-based Council on Economic Education.

At the award presentation Friday, Shadid turned the attention to her 38 AP economics students.

"I believe you guys deserve this award.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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