Burke Represents Bethel at Education Conferences

Raeleen Burke (right) served as Bethel University’s representative at the Tennessee Education Association (TEA) conference in Nashville on June 4 and 5 and will also represent the school at the National Education Association conference in New Orleans later this month. Burke, who is a Huntingdon High School graduate, is majoring in elementary education at Bethel. Burke holds an associate’s degree in education from Jackson State Community College. She and husband, Adam, have two children, Carson and Caleb. Burke will begin her student teaching this fall. Here, Dr. Kathryn Clayton, the Bethel University advisor for the Student Teacher Education Association (STEA), congratulates Burke for the honor.