Clarkesville, GA – North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) recently named Jackie Morgan the 2022 Outstanding Adult Education Teacher of the Year. Morgan represented the college during the 2022 Dinah Culbreath Wayne Exceptional Adult Georgian in Literacy Education (EAGLE) Leadership Institute.
Morgan, a full-time instructor in Adult Education, has been employed by the college since 2014. She brings more than 30 years of valuable teaching experience and is complimented on her outstanding work ethic and ability to develop strong relationships with her students.
The inaugural Outstanding Adult Education Teacher of the Year award recognizes and honors Georgia’s most outstanding Adult Education teachers who have made significant contributions to the field through instruction, innovation, and leadership.
“Jackie is the perfect recipient for the first annual Adult Education Teacher of the Year Award,” said NGTC Dean of Adult Education Shelby Ward. “Her dedication and commitment to her students and the Adult Education program is evident when you enter her classroom. She has served as a mentor to other NGTC Adult Education instructors and assisted with many projects that have enhanced the curriculum in our department for the past eight years. She is loved by everyone.”
“It is a tremendous honor to recognize Jackie Morgan as the Outstanding Adult Education Teacher of the Year,” said NGTC President John Wilkinson. “Mrs. Morgan exemplifies hard work, dedication, and a genuine passion for helping others. She has a strong desire to see her students succeed and is always willing to lend a helping hand. We are grateful she has chosen to be part of the NGTC family.”
The Technical College System of Georgia Office of Adult Education sponsors the annual Dinah Culbreath Wayne EAGLE Leadership Institute. For more information regarding high school equivalency diploma classes throughout Northeast Georgia, contact the NGTC Office of Adult Education at 706-754-7717 or northgatech.edu/adult-education.
Morgan resides in Eastanollee, Ga., with her husband Greg and two daughters.