COE Impact on Student Learning
In January 2014, Princess Tamakloe, a native of Ghana, graduated from the UMSL College of Education with a M.Ed. in Educational Administration. Dr. Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris visited Princess in her hometown of Afloa on the Togo border during her visit to Ghana while serving as the faculty director for the Missouri Africa Program. Mrs. Tamakloe was the acting Principal and consultant for Footprint International School, one of the first Montessori schools in her country and the only one in the region. She writes that she “looks forward to impacting the lives of teachers, students, and staff of this noble institution.”
Mrs. Tamakloe is an educational leader in science education as well as a community leader, supervising an out-of-school learning center on the weekends. Dr. Lewis-Harris is presently working with her to develop a regional science workshop for the Ketu South Municipality which would host over 150 elementary grade teachers.
Read Mrs. Tamakloe’s profile at the Footprint International School web site. (link)
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