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educator , Publishing consultant

Dorothy DuBose, American educator, publishing consultant. Named Outstanding Volunteer Clayton County, United Way, 1991.

Background

DuBose, Dorothy was born on September 10, 1931 in Nicholls, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Charlie Norman and Lelia Mae (Solomon) DuB.

Education

Bachelor in English and Education summa cum laude, Berry College, 1952;Master of Arts, Teachers College Columbia University, 1969;postgraduate, Vanderbilt Universitypostgraduate, Emory Universitypostgraduate, Columbia University.

Career

Editorial director, product development Macmillian Public Company, 1970-1986. Director Scholars Public, 1990—1994. English instructor Clayton State College, Morrow, Georgia, 1987-1996.

On-site degree program coordinator, instructor The Union Institute, Atlanta, 1990-1993. Coordinator Center for Academy Development, National-Louis University, 1990—2004. Editor Learning Power, 1996—2004.

Online instructor National Louis University, since 2004. Language arts consultant Appleton Century Public Company.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Gulliver's Travels Booknotes, What Is It?. Editor Theshold Early Learning Library., Learning Abilities, Scholastic Elementary Teacher, New Jersey Education Association Review, The Tennessee Teacher.

Membership

Volunteer tutor New York City Literacy Volunteers, 1986, literary volunteer America, 2009-2010. Member publications planning committee New Readers Press, 1986, leader tutor training workshops, 1987-1991. President Macmillan Women's Group, 1974-1975, 76-77, Women's National Book Association (New York City) (board directors 1980-1986).

Docent Jimmy Carter Presidential Library., since 2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, languages.

Connections

father:
Charlie Norman DuB.

mother:
Lelia Mae (Solomon) DuB.