It Pays to Be an AP Teacher in Texas

Apparently teaching Advanced Placement classes in Texas can pay, and I don’t mean that “warm your heart, feel good” kind of reward, but cold, hard cash.

AP teachers in the state of Texas are eligible for the O’Donnell Texas AP Teacher Award.  “The O’Donnell Texas AP® Teacher Award will be presented annually to one Advanced Placement teacher in a Texas public high school for remarkable contributions to his or her students and school, as well as to the teaching profession”. 

Christopher Jon Bruhn, a lead science teacher in Dallas Independent School District, was awarded the $30,000.00 prize while Cheryl Fuentes-Wagner, a Spanish teacher at Bush High School in Fort Bend ISD (a Total Registration client), and Dr. Terry Eder, a Music Theory Teacher at Plano High School,  were each awarded $5,000.00 as runner-ups.  Congratulations to these AP teachers.

If you would like to nominate a Texas AP educator, you can download a nomination form here.

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