FRANKFORT, Ind. (WLFI) - An administrator for the Community Schools of Frankfort is being recognized as an up-and-coming K-12 educational leader.
The education association PDK International named Frankfort's Literacy Director Angie Schoenbeck as an Emerging Leader in education.
Schoenbeck and 25 other educators from around the nation will visit Washington DC in December to talk about educational strategies and meet with lawmakers.
Schoenbeck said she hopes to share her passion about improving education for less-fortunate students.
"I'm really passionate about student self advocacy," Schoenbeck said. "I want to help them understand that they do have a voice, and that they are really the only ones who are going to change things for themselves.
Schoenbeck said being named an Emerging Leader opens up doors to travel and research scholarships and grants.
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