KEN STEWART has served as a writer for the National Spanish Examinations and is a retired Spanish teacher from Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Having studied in Seville and Salamanca, Spain, he is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with degrees in International Studies and Spanish. In addition to his work for NSE, Ken was the Spanish content editor for AP Central, an AP reader, table leader, and a College Board national consultant. He is the author of The Golden Age Art of Spain, Spanish Flip-O-Matic Vocabulary and Lazarillo de Tormes: A Kaplan Spanish Language Vocabulary-building novel. Ken has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Latin America. He has received many awards for his contribution to the profession: Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Chapter of the AATSP, the Central North Carolina Teacher of the Year by the State of NC, Foreign Language Teacher of the Year by FLANC, Regional Teacher of the Year by SCOLT (Southern Conference on Language Teaching), and ACTFL National Foreign Language Teacher of Year.