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Nominate an outstanding educator as a ‘Champion’

Randy Lopez runs a migrant education program for the Shawnee Mission School District and was nominated as one of KCPT’s 2014 Champions. (Photo by Lindsey Foat)
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Do you know someone extraordinary who is helping local students?

KCPT is looking for pre-K to 12th grade educators and leaders around the metro that are making an impact.  As part of the national American Graduate “Stories of Champions” initiative, KCPT is asking community members to nominate local Champions of education.

From community nominations, one will be selected, and profiled on KCPT and kcpt.org, as well as on the American Graduate website.

Please tell us a little bit about the person you’re nominating and how to get in touch with you so that we can follow-up.

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