In Appreciation: Recognizing Karisa Tashjian for National Teacher Appreciation Day

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May 3 is Teacher Appreciation Day. Over the past few years we have highlighted outstanding teachers with whom World Education has worked. This year we would like to acknowledge a person who is not presently a teacher but who has been hiring, training and supporting teachers as Providence Library’s Education Director and as Director of the Rhode Island Family Literacy Initiative (RIFLI).

We also want to recognize her contributions to the field at large with deep appreciation for her leadership in World Education’s work in Rhode Island, New England and nationally with her involvement in the New England Literacy Resource Center and Networks for Integrating New Americans.

We are not the only ones who have noticed her good work.  Recently, Karisa received an award for excellence from the Coalition of Adult Basic Education (COABE) for her exemplary work as an administrator. Read more

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Steve Quann

Steve Quann

Steve Quann is the Director of the EdTech Center at World Education. With over 30 years of experience in the field of education, he now leads World Education E-Learning and various other educational technology projects. Steve has a M.Ed and a graduate certificate in instructional technology design. He has co-­authored two books on technology integration into instruction and facilitates workshops in the United States and internationally.

One thought on “In Appreciation: Recognizing Karisa Tashjian for National Teacher Appreciation Day”

  1. Congratulations. Karisa for your wonderful. Work in promoting literacy. Christine.N Barasa.
    City manager
    Mombasa Kenya.
    Tusome Early Grade Literacy Activity.

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