Bachelor in Psychology, Douglass College, 1933. Master of Arts in Education, Columbia University, 1940. Doctor of Education in Human Development, University Maryland, 1952.
Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Rutgers University, 1966.
Teacher, Warren County, New Jersey, 1933-1940. Demonstration teacher Kellogg Foundation, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, 1937. Supervisor rural elementary schools Warren County, 1940-1948.
Assistant professor education University Maryland, College Park, 1948-1951. Creator, director Office of Child and Youth Study New Jersey State Department of Education, Trenton, 1957-1968. Founder, professor, director Center for Human Development Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1968-1971.
Artist Princeton, since 1972. Consultant Office of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, 1969, Operation Follow Through, Washington, 1967, division elementary education, 1962.
Member Association for Childhood Education International, National Education Association, New Jersey Education Association, Association for Humanistic Psychology, Princeton Art Association (trustee since 1987), Association for School Psychologists (3d Annual award 1970), Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Philip Gordon, November 24, 1954 (deceased October 11, 1983).