Chuck Langston, Gordon County Schools' instructional technology coordinator for grades 6-12, was recently named an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE). Mr. Langston is one of 124 educators from across the nation selected for the distinction this year and one of only two in Georgia.
In an email received by the Distinguished Educator Team from Apple, the impact of this distinction was outlined, "Apple is pleased to welcome Chuck Langston to the Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE) Class of 2019. In 1994, Apple created the ADE Program to recognize K-12 and higher education pioneers who are using Apple technology to transform teaching and learning in powerful ways. Celebrating 25 years, the program has grown into a worldwide community of over 2,800 visionary and innovative leaders in education, helping other educators rethink what’s possible with iPad and Mac. Learn more about the contributions of ADEs worldwide at https://www.apple.com/education/ade/. Welcome to a community of creators and innovators!"
Pictured are members of the Apple team with Mr. Langston and Bryan Nicholson, Director of Technology.
L-R: Jeff Rummel (the Apple account executive for the district), Bryan Nicholson, Chuck Langston, Mike Kole (the district’s Apple System Engineer), and Kevin Tseng (an Apple Genius).