|Phi Delta Kappa International
Chapter #0211 is a diverse group of professional educators. The
membership of this local chapter includes teachers, preservice teachers,
administrators, counselors, community college and university
administrators, specialists, literacy program advocates, and
professors/instructors. The chapter has been recognized as a worldwide
leader in new and retained memberships and support of the PDK
Educational Foundation. PDK members are involved with public school
students at all levels of their academic studies. PDK International has
over 600 chapters and tens-of-thousands of members worldwide.
Thank you for your contribution to a scholarship for a high school senior going into the education profession or the Zuelke Award for service that goes also to a high school senior. Contributions to this chapter are tax exempt. The taxpayer identification number is 35-0975844.
Research, Service, and Leadership
The purpose of Phi Delta Kappa shall be to promote quality education, with particular emphasis on publicly supported education, as essential to the development and maintenance of a democratic way of life. This purpose shall be through the genuine acceptance, continuing interpretation, and appropriate implementation of the ideal of high-quality leadership through research, teaching, and other professional services concerned with and directed to the improvement of education, especially of publicly supported and universally available education.
-- From the Constitution
of Phi Delta Kappa International
Pictured from the left Dr. Gordon Nelson, Dr. John J. Ketterer, Dr. Gina Mabry, Dr. John Hammett, Ms. Tery Medina (guest speaker on diversity), Dr. Nina King, Dr. Celia Hilber, Dr. Charles E. Notar, and Dr. Roland Thornburg.
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