Title: Educational Director
Location: Mount Vernon, Texas, United States
Judith Ann Caskey, Educational Director, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in curriculum development and improvement.
Growing up in an Air Force family, Mrs. Caskey traveled the world at a young age and quickly learned the joy that comes from learning new things. Inspired by two teachers in her high school years, she felt drawn to teaching as her own profession. She began her career in 1970 after achieving a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science from Baylor University. Throughout her career, she has worked at the secondary level for schools throughout Texas, including Waco Independent School District, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical Consolidated Junior High School, College Station Independent School District 2, Bellville Junior High School, Johnson City High School and Daingerfield High School. From there, Mrs. Caskey took her expertise in the field and applied it to administrative roles. She was the director of instruction for region VIII for the Education Service Center in Mount Pleasant, TX, for 10 years and a curriculum auditor for eight years accredited by Curriculum Management Systems Inc. Today, Mrs. Caskey finds success as a professional service provider for schools that are academically unacceptable.
Mrs. Caskey is regarded by her peers and students as someone who cares about her profession and her work. She demonstrates expertise in English Language Arts, Texas history, world history, American history and Latin. To remain at the top of her field, she has returned to her studies with the goal of achieving an EdD in May 2020. This will add to her already impressive academic distinctions in her field, which includes certified supervisor, counselor and secondary educator in the subjects of English, history, Latin and journalism. Mrs. Caskey is active in her industry through her memberships with the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the Texas Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, the National Council of Teachers of English, the Texas Council Teachers English, and Delta Kappa Gamma, who honored her with an achievement award for her professional excellence. In the years to come, Mrs. Caskey intends to continue in her work while seeking out new opportunities in her field.
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