Sonya Sadler, a language arts and social studies teacher at Taylor County High School (TCHS), has been selected by Georgia-Pacific (GP) to attend the Bill of Rights Institute’s “2014 Founders Fellowship” conference July 14-18 in Washington, D.C.
Aimed at civics, history, government and economics teachers, one of the program’s goals is to help students understand the Constitution and the freedoms and opportunities it provides. The Founders Fellowship conference offers lectures by constitutional scholars and classroom lessons on topics including property and commerce and the Constitution, public policy debates about central economic planning, and Supreme Court decisions regarding property rights, among others.
PHOTO: TCHS teacher Sonya Sadler has been selected by Georgia-Pacific to attend the Bill of Rights Institute’s “2014 Founders Fellowship” conference July 14-18 in Washington, D.C. Shown above are: (from l to r) Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal, TCHS Principal Audie Ash, Sadler and Foley Cellulose Public Affairs Manager Scott Mixon.