Karen Brogan, a magnet teacher at Marietta Sixth Grade Academy (MSGA), recently earned “Master Teacher” certification from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission.
At the Sept. 18 regular meeting of the Board of Education of the City of Marietta, the Marietta Schools Foundation (MSF) recognized Karen Brogan and presented her with a $2,500 check for her accomplishment.
Brogan has worked at MSGA for nine years and has over 15 years of teaching experience.
“She exemplifies the art of inspiring students to excel, and we recognize her dedication and commitment to teaching,” MSF President, Maddox Kilgore said.
Selection as a Master Teacher highlights an educator who is contributing to student achievement through exemplary teaching practices and has the skills, knowledge and aptitudes to serve as a model educator for other classroom teachers.
Georgia’s Master Teacher Certification Program provides statewide recognition to certified public school teachers in Georgia who have at least three years of teaching experience and who consistently demonstrate instructional excellence through student achievement.