Five graduates of Warner Pacific College's Master of Education Program received good news this spring.
Reynolds Authur Academy in Troutdale, Oregon received recognition as an EPIC Charter School Award Winner. The school was of three schools named a "Gold Gain School" from among 179 schools in 24 states and the District of Columbia that are part of the EPIC National Charter School Consortium.
The staff at Reynolds Authur Academy boasts five educators who received a Master of Education degree from WPC. They are:
Charter schools in the Consortium driving the highest student achievement gains have been recognized as EPIC award winners for their extraordinary impact on students and for agreeing to work with New Leaders to document the practices driving their achievement gains. The EPIC National Charter School Consortium consisted of five Cohorts from 2007 to 2012. During its five-year span, 97 EPIC awards were presented to a diverse group of independent and CMO-affiliated schools.
Impact of the Program:
Congratulations to these outstanding alums!