2 edition of South Carolina"s Wil Lou Gray: pioneer in adult education, a crusader, modern model. found in the catalog.
South Carolina"s Wil Lou Gray: pioneer in adult education, a crusader, modern model.
|LC Classifications||LA2317.G63 M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||63023433|
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Get this from a library. South Carolina's Wil Lou Gray: pioneer in adult education, a crusader, modern model. [Mabel Montgomery]. The following is excerpted from the back cover of Mabel Montgomery's book South Carolina's Wil Lou Gray, a biography, published in Miss Mabel Montgomery, the a crusader of William Joseph and Annie Stackhouse Montgomery, was born in Marion, South Carolina, Octo She was educated at Winthrop College and later became actively associated with educational.
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$ Got one to sell. Get it in front of + million buyers. You May. The motivational power of being able to write one’s own name was used in by Dr. Wil Lou Gray, State Superintendent of Adult Education in South Carolina, as part of an anti-illiteracy campaign across the state aimed to get adults into literacy programs to learn to sign their names when voting and in other important situations.
such disparate materials as the papers of adult education pioneer Wil Lou Gray (), public health administrator Hilla Sheriff (), actress Joanne Wood- ward (), and black journalist John McCray ().
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She holds a degree in English from Columbia College, who honored her with the Wil Lou Gray Educator Award in Three of her books have been South Carolina Book Award nominees. Wil Lou Gray - Inthis Laurens County native conducted successful scientific experiments to prove blacks could learn as well as whites.
Determined to end illiteracy among South Carolinians, she pioneered adult education programs. In the library you could find a book, for example, by Reverend Alexander Glennie of Allsaints' Parish on the coast of South Carolina in the s, and it begins with a long quote from the Bible.
The book is intended to instruct white preachers who might address slave congregations—"talking points," we might call them today—draft sermons. Notable Women in South Carolina History. Maxine Brown - Soul singer whose talent was first honed at her childhood church in Kingstree.; Betsy Byars - This acclaimed children's author writes in her log cabin in won the Newberry Award in for Summer of Swans, the American Book Award in for The Night Swimmers, and the Edgar for Best Young Adult.
She describes her education and high school graduation through stories from her book, South Carolina's Distinguished Women from Laurens County.
She recounts how she earned a scholarship to Winthrop College and met her teaching colleagues Wil Lou Gray and Dr. Johnson; describes local activism for women's suffrage between and ; and.
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