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Editor , educator

Martha Glauber Shapp, American editor, educator. Member Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Education Association, New York State Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Association Childhood Education International, National Committee Geography Education, National Committee Social Studies, National Council Administrative Women in Education.

Background

Shapp, Martha Glauber was born on January 16, 1910 in New York City.

Education

AB, Barnard College, 1929. Master of Arts, Columbia Teachers College, 1940.

Career

Educational research, national council Young Men’s Christian Association, 1930-1933. Elementary school teacher New York City Public Schools, 1933-1949. Curriculum research New York City Board Education, Bureau Curriculum Research, 1949-1952, New York State Department Education Bureau Curriculum Development, 1952-1953.

Curriculum coordinator elementary schools New York City, 1953-1960. Editor-in-chief New Book of Knowledge, since 1960. Director Young Peoples Publications, Grolier, Inc., since 1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: children's books) 42 books in Let's Find Out series.

Membership

Member Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Education Association, New York State Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Association Childhood Education International, National Committee Geography Education, National Committee Social Studies, National Council Administrative Women in Education.

Connections

Daughter of Charles and Anna (Mendelson) Segall. M. Stanley E. Glauber, June 17, 1939 (deceased December 1946). 1 son, William Donald.

M. Charles Shapp, December 23, 1953. 1 stepson, Mark.

father:
Charles Segall

mother:
Anna (Mendelson) Segall