GCU representatives participate in Latino education forum

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Representing GCU at the conference were (from left) Steffany Holloway, Director of Field Operations. Dr. Lupita Hightower, Superintendent at Tolleson Elementary School District and GCU Board of Trustees. Carolina Burdier, University Development Counselor. Cameron Whitcomb, Director of Field Operations. Arturo Carrizoza, Educational Alliances Liaison.

GCU News Bureau

GCU had a strong presence at the recent Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) National Education Forum in Orlando, Fla.

Key developments to note: 

● GCU has signed a CEP participant agreement through the K12 Educational Development Department with ALAS because our mission and vision so closely aligns to support underrepresented populations and show how higher education is possible for students of all socioeconomic statuses.

● GCU will award scholarships to administrators who join our advanced master’s and doctoral programs.

● GCU will serve as host for the ALAS Superintendent Leadership Academy in January 2020 and the ALAS State Affiliates Conference in March 2020, which will bring school district superintendents and administrators from all parts of the country to campus.


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