About the authors of
the Revised Editions
Carl Chenard-Co-author of the new GPS Math edition graduated with a B.S. in Math Education from the University of Georgia and received an Ed.S. in Math
Education from Georgia State University. He has over 17 years of teaching experience and currently serves as the Head of the Math Department at
Dalton High School. He has recently been named Dalton High School's STAR teacher.
J.R. Peppers-Co author of the new GPS Math edition, graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama.
She spent 7 years in the chemical industry before becoming a teacher. She has since received a M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from Walden University. She currently teaches math at
Dalton High School where she was honored as the 2010 Teacher of the Year.
Karen Powell Chenard-Co-author of our revised
Social Studies workbook and editor for our GAHSGT series.
Mrs. Chenard has her A.B. in History from the University of Georgia
and her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of
Sarasota. She has taught high school for 15 years in World
History, Government, Economics, Psychology and Sociology. She
is currently a classroom teacher at Dalton High School.
Christina Liner-Co-author of our revised
Social Studies workbook has taught World History, Government,
Economics, AP World History and AP European World History. She
holds a BSEd in Social Studies Education from the University of
Tennessee at Chattanooga and a MEd in Educational Leadership from
Kennesaw State University. She is currently a classroom
teacher at Dalton High School.
Teresa Bennett-Author of our revised
English Language Arts AND Writing workbooks. Teresa is currently a
classroom teacher and Language Arts Division Chair at Dalton High
School. She has 26 years of teaching experience, and is
teaching AP English and College Prep English at Dalton.
Annie Chatfield-Author of our revised Science workbook. Annie is an
accomplished Georgia High School Science teacher with 15 years of
teaching experience. She also currently teaches at Dalton High
School, in their International Baccalaureate Program.