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English language educator

Mary Elizabeth Rutledge, American English language educator. Certified secondary English, German, and history teacher. Ray Stoker Dissertation scholar, 1996. Member Modern Language Association, American Association of University Women, National Council Teachers English, South Control Modern Language Association, Golden Key, Alpha Chi, Delta Phi alpha, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Rutledge, Mary Elizabeth was born on November 15, 1952 in Dallas, Texas, United States. Daughter of Jack Sylvester and Anna Pauline (Fronhoff) Rutledge.

Education

Bachelor, University Texas, Arlington, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University North Texas, 1996.

Career

Teacher English and German, Grand Prairie (Texas) Indiana School District, 1974-1976; teacher English and German, Dallas Indiana School District, 1976-1993; teaching assistant German, University Texas, Arlington, 1975; organizer, American Federation Teachers, Dallas, 1983-1984; teaching fellow English, U. North Texas, Denton, 1994-1996. Chair excellence in teaching award committee Dallas Indiana School District, 1986-1989.

Achievements

  • Certified secondary English, German, and history teacher.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author, producer (radio program) Adventures with the Anteaters.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Association of University Women, National Council Teachers English, South Control Modern Language Association, Golden Key, Alpha Chi, Delta Phi alpha, Phi Kappa Phi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, writing children's literature, collecting teddy bears.

Connections

father:
Jack Sylvester Rutledge

mother:
Anna Pauline (Fronhoff) Rutledge