Princeton ISD awarded funding to 14 innovative projects that teachers will implement in their classrooms next fall.
The check presentations during the end-of-year luncheon culminated a multi-step process, which included teachers submitting proposals for their ideas followed by a committee going over each proposal to determine the winners.
More than $51,000 in funding was approved.
“We want to encourage teacher innovation in the classroom,” Superintendent Philip Anthony said. “If everyone is doing the same thing across the campus and across the district, it can become boring to students over time. This helps keep education fresh.”
By Jean Ann Collins • [email protected]