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Education educator

Donald Tsuneo Mizokawa, American education educator. Research grantee Institute for Ethnic Studies in the United States, 1983. Trustee Crisis Clinic, Seattle, 1978-1980, chair nominating committee, 1979-1980. Member American Education Research Association (Special Interest Group/Research on Education of Asian and Pacific Americans; president since 1991, program chair 1989-1991, editor newsletter since 1989).

Background

Mizokawa, Donald Tsuneo was born on November 12, 1943 in Honolulu. Son of Motoyasu and Tsuku (Nozawa) Mizokawa.

Education

Bachelor of Education, University Hawaii, 1965. 5-year diploma, University Hawaii, 1966. Master of Education, University Hawaii, 1969.

Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1974.

Career

English teacher, Konawaena High & Intermediate School, Kealakekua, Hawaii., 1966; English teacher, Kauai High School, Lihue, Hawaii., 1966-1968; lecturer, U. Hawaii, Honolulu, 1968-1970; teaching associate, Indiana U., Bloomington, 1970-1973; professor, U. Washington, Seattle, since 1973. Consultant Seattle School District, 1986-1989, Northshore School District, Bothell, Washington, 1990, Microsoft Corporation, 1993. Presenter in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Trustee Crisis Clinic, Seattle, 1978-1980, chair nominating committee, 1979-1980. Member American Education Research Association (Special Interest Group/Research on Education of Asian and Pacific Americans. President since 1991, program chair 1989-1991, editor newsletter since 1989).

Connections

Married Lynn Hisako Takemoto, August 1, 1970. Children: Stacey Tamie, Jana Kimie.

father:
Motoyasu Mizokawa

mother:
Tsuku (Nozawa) Mizokawa

spouse:
Lynn Hisako Takemoto

children:
Jana Kimie Mizokawa

Stacey Tamie Mizokawa