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Mrs. Fogerson's 21 years of administrative experience include having served as a middle school and high school assistant principal and principal, and as assistant superintendent for Lubbock-Cooper ISD. In 2001 she was named Educator of the Year by the Lubbock Hispanic Association of Women; and in 2004, Mrs. Fogerson was selected as the Region 17 Principal of the Year by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals. She was later named one of the top four finalists for Texas Principal of the Year. A supporter of the work of LEARN Educational Talent Search throughout her career, Mrs. Fogerson was recognized as Texas TRiO Achiever by the Texas Association of Student Special Services Program.

American Graduate Day returns for its third year on September 27, 2014. This live national, multi-platform broadcast event focuses on the individuals and organizations working in communities across the country to keep students on the path to graduation.

Dr. Ramírez joined the U.S. Department of Education in 2006, when she was appointed group leader for the discretionary grants team, which plans and coordinates the High School Equivalency Program (HEP), College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and the Migrant Education Even Start (MEES) program. In her current role as director of the Office of Migrant Education, she manages a staff of 20 and leads the planning and coordination of all aspects of the migrant education program office, including grant and contract administration, policy, evaluation, and special initiatives.

American Graduate Day returns for its third year on September 27, 2014. This live national, multi-platform broadcast event focuses on the individuals and organizations working in communities across the country to keep students on the path to graduation.

 

Latino Americans On The South Plains

Oct 4, 2013
Courtesy of Victor Villaseñor

KTTZ is proud to present Latino Americans on the South Plains, a documentary that celebrates the contributions that Latinos have made in Lubbock and the surrounding area. If you value local stories please become a member today by CLICKING HERE . 

Dj Ben Gonzales has been a part of the regional Latino radio scene for most of his life. In this segment he discusses his past, how he got involved in radio and the evolution of Latino radio on the South Plains. 

Dr. Juan Munoz, Vice President of Texas Tech University, discusses the importance of sharing stories and understanding each other's lives and narratives. Tune in to Latino Americans Tuesdays at 7pm on channel 5 and remember to join us October 1st for a screening of one part of Latino Americans and also to see Latino Americans on the South Plains. 

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