Congratulations to West Goshen Elementary in Goshen Community Schools.
West Goshen Elementary is one of six finalists for the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (TAP) Founder’s Award. As a finalist, the school receives a $10,000 award funded by the Lowell Milken Family Foundation and remains in the running for the top award of $50,000. West Goshen is the only Indiana school among the finalists for this honor.
The System for Teacher and Student Achievement, commonly called TAP, is a program that provides support for teachers, including additional compensation to help teachers meet certain performance standards or take on additional responsibilities. The TAP Founder’s Award is presented annually to one school for exceptional efforts to implement and represent the principles of the TAP System for Teacher and Student Advancement—resulting in improvements in student achievement, among other goals.
Congratulations and best wishes for continued future success to West Goshen Elementary School.
This post was created in collaboration with Lori Martin, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/PR, Goshen Community Schools.
Indiana’s urban schools offer Hoosier students a rich array of programs, services, and opportunities. IUSA appreciates the opportunity to share the stories that demonstrate what the schools have to offer and the many successes their students, faculty and staff achieve.