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educator

Thomas Tracy Blanford, American Educator. Kellogg Foundation fellow, 1987-1990; recipient Terry Sanford award North Carolina Association Educators, 1993, Applegate-Dorros award for Peace and International Understanding, National Education Association, 1994. Host and exchange participant North Carolina Center for International Understanding, Raleigh, since 1990.

Background

Blanford, Thomas Tracy was born on June 11, 1949 in Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States. Son of James T. and Mary E. (Nay) Blanford.

Education

Bachelor, University of Wisconsin, 1971; Master of Arts Teaching, Wayne State University, 1985.

Career

Teacher, Detroit Public Schools, 1983-1985; teacher, Wake County Public Schools, Raleigh, North Carolina, since 1986. Member North Carolina Professional Practices Commission, Raleigh, 1987-1993, chairperson, 1990-1992. Member Executive Board National Dropout Prevention Network, Clemson, South Carolina., 1989-1993.

Member North Carolina Professional Tchg. Standards Board, since 1994. Board directors National Board Professional Tchg.

Standards, since 1994.

Membership

Host and exchange participant North Carolina Center for International Understanding, Raleigh, since 1990.

Connections

father:
James T. Blanford

mother:
Mary E. (Nay) Blanford