Paige Wright Selected to Attend the National Council of Urban Education Association Fall Conference
Wright, of Brandon, South Dakota, is the president of the USD student chapter of the National Education Association. She competed nationally against other student NEA members to become one of five education majors attending the fall conference in San Antonio Nov. 30-Dec. 3.
“We are very impressed with Paige’s dedication to the education profession not only at the local level, but also at the national level,” said Robin Wiebers, assistant dean of the School of Education.
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