Penn Manor High School teacher Molly Miller has been named to the 21st Century Leadership Academy by the Council on Technology & Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE).
Miller is one of only six educators named a Leadership Academy Fellow and is the only public school teacher selected for the honor. The other fellows are university faculty.
As a fellow, she will complete online professional development sessions with educators and technology professionals, participate in a legislative action session in Washington, D.C., and take part in the 2020 International Technology and Engineering Educators Annual Conference.
Miller has taught at Penn Manor since 2013 and currently teaches Honors Engineering Principles, AP Computer Science, Applied Science and Exploring Technology courses.
She has helped develop and expand Penn Manor’s STEM course offerings and serves as the advisor for the district’s Technology Student Association (TSA), Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Math, and Science (TEAMS) and robotics clubs.
Miller is currently a doctoral student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Instruction & Learning with a concentration in STEM education.
The award is not the first for Miller, was named the Secondary STEM Teacher of the Year by the Lancaster County STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Alliance in May 2018.
Congratulations on this prestigious honor!