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English language educator

Louann Reid, American English language educator. Certified teacher, Colorado. Recipient Nova award Douglas County School District, 1991, English Journal Writing award, 1989; grantee, 1991.


Reid, Louann was born on August 5, 1952 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Paul James and Maxine (Ward) Johnston.


Bachelor in English and Communications, Linfield College, McMinnville, Oregon, 1974. Master of Arts in English, Washington State University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in English Education, New York University, 1991.


Teacher speech and drama, Mazama Middle High School, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 1974-1975;teacher English and speech, Mead Junior High School, Spokane, 1975-1977;teacher English and speech, Forest Hills High School, Cincinnati, 1978-1982;teacher speech and drama, Parker (Colorado) Junior High School, 1983-1986;teacher English,, Englewood (Colorado) High School, 1983;teacher English, department chairman, Douglas County High School, Castle Rock, Colorado, 1986-1993;assistant Professor of English, Colorado State University, since 1993. Adjunct Professor U. Denver, winters 1988-1993, U. Colorado, Denver, 1992.


  • Certified teacher, Colorado.


  • Other Work

    • Advisor on English education University Northern Colorado, Greeley, 1987-1991. Consultant Boulder (Colorado) Valley Schools, 1989.


Contributing author: Composition and Resistance, 1991. Also articles. Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Council Teachers English (presenter 1981-1991, grantee Research Foundation 1990), American Federation Teachers, Conference on English Leadership (program chairman 1992, member-at-large since 1992), Conference on English Education, Colorado Language Arts Society (president 1992-1993), Phi Delta Kappa.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, cooking, travel, hiking.


Married David Wesley Reid, June 14, 1975.

Paul James Johnston

Maxine (Ward) Johnston

David Wesley Reid