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educator , learning resources specialist

Donna Sue Dixon, American secondary school educator. Certified learning resources specialist Texas. Nominee, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, 1966; recipient Audio-Visual Production award, Texas Association School Libraries, 1979; fellow, National Defense Education Act, 1966-1967; scholar, Alpha Delta Kappa, 1963-1966; Foreign Language grantee, 1993.


Dixon, Donna Sue was born on November 26, 1945 in Beaumont, Texas, United States. Daughter of Jackson Daries and Wanda Melvo (Brown) Beasley.


Bachelor of Arts History, Lamar U., Beaumont, 1966, Master of Arts in History, 1970. Master of Library Science, North Texas State University, 1979. Certified learning resources specialist, Texas.


Instructor Spanish, Bridge City (Texas) Indiana School District, 1968-1970, Streator (Illinois) Township High School, 1970-1971, Blackhorse Pike Schools, Blackwood, New Jersey, 1971-1973. Instructor social studies Trinity Heights Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1973-1977. Learning resources specialist Irving (Texas) Indiana School District, 1978-1981, Carrollton (Texas)-Farmers Branch Indiana School District, 1981.

Instructor social studies and science Fort Bend Indiana School District, Missouri City-Texas, 1981-1982. Learning resources specialist John Foster Dulles High School, Stafford, Texas, 1982-1988;instructor Spanish Hodges Bend Middle School, Houston, 1992. Alpha Delta Kappa scholar, 1963-1966.

Woodrow Wilson fellowship nominee, 1966. National Defense Education Act fellow, 1966-1967. Recipient Audio-Visual Production award Texas Association School Librarians, 1979.

Foreign language grantee, 1993.


  • Certified learning resources specialist Texas.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author (with Sherry DeBorde): Library Skills Handbook, Grades 6-8, 1981.


Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.


Some personalities are difficult to manage, especially if they are prone to despair. Do not give up on a search of the paths of God, and the sense of joy and assurances you are looking for will be received.


Volunteer Fort Bend County Literature Council, Texas. Member of American Library Association, North Texas State University School Library. Science Alumni Society, Texas Library.

Association, Alpha Lambda Sigma, Beta Phi Mu, Phi Kappa Phi.


  • Other Interests



Married Raymond Douglas Dixon, August 27, 1966.

Jackson Daries Beasley

Wanda Melvo (Brown) Beasley

Raymond Douglas Dixon