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Secondary school educator

Deborah Odom Lang, American secondary school educator. Recipient scholarship music North Greenville College, 1972-1973. Member Children's Literature Conference (hostess 1983), International Reading Association, Phi Delta Kappa (secretary 1988).

Background

Lang, Deborah Odom was born on July 12, 1953 in Greenville, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Melburn and Lila Mae Odom.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Furman University, 1975. Master of Arts, Furman University, 1977. Master of Education, University Georgia, 1984.

Educational Specialist, Georgia Southern College, 1989.

Career

Teacher music, Pickens County Schools, Easley, South Carolina., 1976-1979;teacher reading, Ware Shoals (South Carolina.) Schools, 1979-1981;teacher, George Walton Academy, Monroe, Georgia, 1982-1984;teacher, Pine St. Elementary School, Spartanburg, South Carolina., 1984-1986;teacher, Tattnall Elementary School, Reidsville, Georgia, 1986-1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Tale of Little Bittle, 1987.

Membership

Member Children's Literature Conference (hostess 1983), International Reading Association, Phi Delta Kappa (secretary 1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sailing, doll making, community plays and musicals.

Connections

Married William Steve Lang, July 29, l978. Children: Steven Mark, William Scott.

father:
Melburn Odom

mother:
Lila Mae Odom

spouse:
William Steve Lang

child:
Steven Mark Lang

child:
William Scott Lang