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CAMWS Latin Teacher Training Initiative

The CAMWS Development Committee announces a new initiative to support K-12 Latin teacher training and professional development. This campaign aims to direct resources towards the abiding CAMWS goal of supporting K-12 teachers, both novice and veteran teachers, in many ways—for example, with tuition or other fees for study towards certification or recertification, with start-up funds for classrooms, with courses or other opportunities for professional development.


The following Consulares have pledged to support this effort financially.

More than $5000 has already been received and much more has been pledged, including a pledge of $20,000 for teacher training via a will.  

Antony Augoustakis

Ward Briggs

Jenny Strauss Clay

Christopher P. Craig

Monica S. Cyrino

Michael Gagarin

Karl Galinsky

Anne Groton

Julia Hejduk

Kenneth Kitchell

Peter Knox

James May

Laura McClure

John F. Miller

Mark Morford

William Race

Michele V. Ronnick

Gareth Schmeling

Ruth Scodel

Thomas J. Sienkewicz

Alden Smith

Niall W. Slater  

Theodore A. Tarkow
Robert Ulery

Susan F. Wiltshire

Please join these Consulares and make a contribution at camws.org/donate.

CAMWS is an educational, not-for-profit organization. It is exempt from federal income tax as a public charity under §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Current law permits individuals to treat donations to CAMWS as charitable contributions. Please consider remembering The Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Inc. in your will.

Featured CAMWS Member

CAMWS recognizes Michael Tae Woo of the University of Kansas as the recipient of a 2017 Mary A. Grant Award to attend the Summer School at the American Academy in Rome. His report can be read here.  

CAMWS welcomes your comments and suggestions about this website. Please send them to camws@camws.org.