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language educator

Jeraline Cain Glanton was American language educator. Achievements include first black person to chair English department in an integrated school in area; first black person to chair student government association in area. Grantee, Auburn University, 1981.

Background

Glanton, Jeraline Cain was born on December 18, 1931 in Wetumpka, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Allie and Alice Crosby Cain.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Alabama State University, 1954. Master of Education in English, Alabama State University, 1964. Postgraduate, Troy University, 1960—1961.

Postgraduate, Auburn University, 1980.

Career

Teacher various secondary education system, 1954—1987. Chairperson English department Dothan (Alabama) High School, 1956—1967, chairperson summer school planning committee, 1958—1986, member curriculum advisory board, 1977—1987. Chairperson English department Northview High School, Dothan, Alabama, 1977—1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first black person to chair English department in an integrated school in area. First black person to chair student government association in area.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor magazine.

Membership

Board directors American Educators Insurance Company, Dothan, 1970—1981. Member Dothan City Constitutional Bicentennial Committee, 1987. Contributor National Council Negro Women, Washington, 1984—2005.

Member National Democratic Committee, 1965—2005, Alabama Democratic Committee, Dothan, 1985—2005. Member of Alabama Education Association, Delta Sigma Theta Inc.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cooking, canning, reading, gardening.

Connections

Married Herbert Algenon Glanton, Senior, March 29, 1955. Children: Venese Michelle, Virginia Glanton Gavin, Herbert Algenon Junior.

father:
Allie Cain

mother:
Alice Crosby Cain

spouse:
Herbert Algenon Glanton

children:
Venese Michelle Glanton

Virginia Glanton Gavin Glanton

Herbert Algenon Junior Glanton