PAEMST Celebrates 35 Years of Excellent Teaching

Established by Congress in 1983, the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) have been recognizing excellent educators for 35 years.

35 Years of Recognition

PAEMST
Awardee Highlight

<a href="https://www.paemst.org/finalist_profile/3928">K. Renae Pullen</a>

K. Renae Pullen

Louisiana | 2008
Since receiving the PAEMST award, K. Renae Pullen has taught undergraduate students elementary science methods for Louisiana State University, served on local, state, and national committees, and presented at numerous workshops and conferences. She was awarded a fellowship from the Fund for Teachers to study creativity and STEM in Spain, and was a consulting expert on the National Academies Press (NAP) book on science assessments, "Seeing Students Learn Science: Integrating Assessment and Instruction in the Classroom." K. Renae currently serves as a member of the Board for Science Education National Academies of Sciences and a NSTA/NCTM STEM Ambassador.

Celebrating Special Bonds
Between PAEMST Awardees

Margaret Magner inspired her daughter, Ann Johnson, to follow in her footsteps and become not only a teacher, but a fellow PAEMST Awardee as well.

Margaret Magner

Iowa | 2002

Ann Johnson

Iowa | 2014
Margaret Magner inspired her daughter, Ann Johnson, to follow in her footsteps and become not only a teacher, but a fellow PAEMST Awardee as well.

PAEMST Awardees in Today's Classroom

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