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researcher , writer , Adult education educator

Erwin Wilburt Pollack was American adult education educator, researcher, writer. Certified teacher, Illinois. Member Comparative Education Society, National Society for the Study of Education, Illinois Council for the Gifted, AERA-Special Interest Group on International Studies, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Pollack, Erwin Wilburt was born on January 28, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Borris and Selma Edith (Lipman) Pollack.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Roosevelt University, 1956. Master of Education, Loyola University, Chicago, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, Loyola University, Chicago, 1989.

Career

Teacher Chicago Public Schools, 1958-1968. Director District 14 Learning Center, Chicago, 1968-1981, District 14 Gifted Center, Chicago, 1981-1989. Training specialist Kennedy-King College, 1974-1996.

Distance educator American School, Lansing, 1996—2001. Retired, 2001

Visiting associate professor University Illinois, Chicago, 1975-1979, education extension Chicago Circle Campus. Consultant Unesco's Education Journal Prospects., 1992-1995.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Illinois.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Senior author: Spanish-Speaking Students and Guidance, 1971. Co-editor: (textbook) Emerging Educational Issues: Conflicts and Contrasts, 1974. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Comparative Education Society, National Society for the Study of Education, Illinois Council for the Gifted, AERA-Special Interest Group on International Studies, Phi Delta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, swimming, hiking, visiting schools in foreign countries.

Connections

Married Eunice Sue Berger, July 1969.

father:
Borris Pollack

mother:
Selma Edith (Lipman) Pollack

spouse:
Eunice Sue Berger