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WKU confers doctorate to Cumberland Co., KY native

April Craft

Western Kentucky University conferred ten Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership degrees at commencement exercises in Bowling Green, KY, Saturday, December 10, 2016. April Craft, Lafawhose dissertation is entitled "Examining Teacher Practices Related to Student-to-Student Discourse in the Middle School Classroom," was one of the ten receiving the prestigious degree.

Craft is a native of Cumberland County, KY, and a former kindergarten teacher in the Cumberland County Schools, and is currently employed in the Allen County School District, according the Allen County, KY, Schools website. See: Ms. Craft's webpage

In all, Western Kentucky University conferred degrees and certificates to more than 1,370 graduates in its 180th Commencement.



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