Title: Learning Disability Teacher (Retired)
Company: Cowden-Herrick Community Unit School District 3A
Location: Cowden, IL, United States
COWDEN, IL, March 7, 2013, Shirley D. Hall, Retired Learning Disability Teacher for Cowden-Herrick Community Unit School District 3A, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievements and leadership in education.
Prior to her retirement from her teaching role, Ms. Hall assisted teachers in their endeavors to help students to shine like stars, and to bring out the best in each pupil. She specializes in home economics education, and currently conducts general education development classes. Ms. Hall has garnered a reputation of distinction for her outstanding achievements, earning the Community Literacy Award as granted by Beta Kappa Gamma Fraternity, Inc. She is a member of Daughters of the American Revolution and the American Council on Education.
Upon reflecting on a successful career, Ms. Hall attributes her success to her passion for her profession. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Home Economics and Adult Education, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with a concentration in Learning Disabilities, both from Eastern Illinois University. In the years to come, Ms. Hall hopes to continue working as a substitute teacher.
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