About Kappa Delti Pi
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is an International Honor Society in Education. Members are invited based on their scholarly achievement and commitment to excellence in the field. Members must also demonstrate leadership attributes that are needed in the field of education.
Belonging to KDP means having the opportunity to participate in chapter meetings and exchange ideas about teaching, attend webinars, receive research publications, participate in service projects such as the annual Scholastic Book Fair, donating books to the flood victims during Christmas, apply for membership only scholarships, and receive weekly blogs on education and major issues around it.
Through KDP, you receive lifelong friendships and receive professional growth while in school and as an in-service teacher. Kappa Delta Pi is an invitation only organization. Members must have at least 12 credit hours in educational course programmed, in progress, or completed. Member must also have completed at least 30 credit hours of collegiate course work and have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or greater.
Kappa Delta Pi members can be identified by their honor cords at graduation.
Dr. Jeff Hunter
Assistant Professor of Science Education, Science and Mathematics Department