Kevin Wagner is the Social Studies Program Chair (6-12) for the Carlisle Area School District in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and has been an educator for 22 years. He currently teaches AP U.S. History and AP Seminar. He holds a BA in Social Studies Certification/History from Messiah College and a MA in Educational Leadership from Shippensburg University. He has received numerous awards for education, including the Thomas W. Holtzman, Jr. Educational Leadership Award for outstanding contributions in educational administration, the National Liberty Museum’s “Teacher as Hero” Award for making a difference in the lives of students, and the AHA Beveridge Family Teaching Award.
He holds membership in NCSS, PCSS, MSCSS, NCHE, and AHA and serves on the PCSS board, the PA NHD Advisory Council, and the Pennsylvania Teachers Advisory Council. Outside of the classroom, you can find Mr. Wagner continuing his love of history in researching the lives of World War II soldiers and the hidden history in his small town.
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