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Secondary school educator

Deborah Jean Rutledge, American secondary school educator. Certified teacher reading, elementary, English as Second Language, music, English language, arts and English Texas. Grantee, Irving Schools Foundation, Texas Public Education, University North Texas.

Background

Rutledge, Deborah Jean was born on March 13, 1954 in St. Louis. Daughter of George Roosevelt and Morie Louise Albin.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Southern Methodist University, 1976. Master of Education in Counseling, University Northern Texas, 2003.

Career

Reading teacher's aide Sam Houston Middle School, Irving, Texas, 1994—1995. Reading teacher Irving High School, 1995—2002. Reading and English as Second Language teacher Lorenzo de Zavala Middle School, 2002—2003, counselor, since 2003.

Reading tutor, Irving. Piano teacher, Irving. Educational administrator University Northern Texas, 2006.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher reading, elementary, English as Second Language, music, English language, arts and English Texas.

Membership

Pianist The Church in Oklahoma City, 1976—1981. Member of Irving Music Teachers Association, Association Texas Professional Educators, Texas Counselling Association, Texas Music Teachers Association, National Guild Piano Teachers, National Music Teachers Association, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Mark H. Rutledge, March 12, 1978 (divorced July 28, 1997). Children: Mary-Esther, Martha-Ann, Joanna-Ruth, Susanna-Rachel, Sarah-Naomi.

father:
George Roosevelt

mother:
Morie Louise Albin

spouse:
Mark H. Rutledge

child:
Mary-Esther Rutledge

child:
Martha-Ann Rutledge

child:
Joanna-Ruth Rutledge

child:
Susanna-Rachel Rutledge

child:
Sarah-Naomi Rutledge