ROSCOE (COLLEGE STATION)– Dr. Kim Alexander is named as the 2021 Golden Deeds for Education Award recipient for his contributions to improving public education in Texas. Alexander will be presented at the 2022 Texas Association of School Administrators’ Midwinter Conference’s 2nd General Session on Feb. 1 in Austin. 

The Golden Deeds for Education Award is considered the most coveted award in Texas public education presented between (by) TASA in partnership with Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development in the College of Education and Human Development.

The award is presented to an individual who has improved the educational system in Texas to enrich the lives of all Texas public school students through actions and deeds. 

Presented since 1964, the Golden Deeds recipient is nominated through(selected by) a statewide nominating committee consisting of Texas school district superintendents. 

Alexander received his BS in Education from Angelo State University in 1976, his Master of Education in Educational Administration from Abilene Christian University in 1985 and his Ed.D in Agricultural Education in 2007 from Texas A&M and Texas Tech Universities, through a joint doctoral program. 

He was employed by the Roscoe Independent School District in 1988, where he served as superintendent from 2003 to 2019. In 2019, Alexander became CEO of Collegiate Edu-Nation, a non-profit organization in West Texas focusing on partnerships with rural school districts to end education and income inequality in rural communities nationwide.

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