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educator

Carol Latham, American educator. Certified educational administration Brigham Young University, 1981. Recipient Creative Teaching award, Superintendent Uintah County, 1979; Utah Normal scholar, 1967-1971. Member of Uintah Reading Association, Utah Reading Association (vice president, council), International Reading Association, Phi Upsilon Omicron.

Background

Latham, Carol was born on December 18, 1948 in Salt Lake City. Daughter of William James and Jennie Mae (Rasmussen) Latham.

Education

AS, Snow College, 1969. Bachelor of Science, Utah State University, 1971. Master of Education, Utah State University, 1979.

Career

Teacher Church Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints Indian Elementary Seminary, Uintah County, Utah, 1971—1973. Teacher, home economics West Junior High School, Roosevelt, 1971—1981, vice president, 1980. Day camp counselor Church Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints Social Services, Utah, 1973.

Member Superintendent's Advisory Council, 1977—1979. Teacher Todd Elementary School, 1981—1982. Demonstration teacher, reading Utah Office Education, 1981—1983.

Chapter 1 reading supervisor Uintah School District, Vernal, Utah, since 1982.

Achievements

  • Certified educational administration Brigham Young University, 1981.

Membership

Member of Uintah Reading Association, Utah Reading Association (vice president, council), International Reading Association, Phi Upsilon Omicron.

Connections

father:
William James Latham

mother:
Jennie Mae (Rasmussen) Latham