RACHEL LEE MCGEE
Inspired legions of educators and children as a teacher, principal, supervisor and college professor in a career of 46 years. First African American teacher in Brownfield, Texas; moved to Dallas ISD and taught at Amelia Earhart and Paul L. Dunbar elementary schools; pioneered in early childhood education. Served as assistant principal and principal at O. M. Roberts and Whitney M. Young elementary schools. Reading specialist. She supervised and provided assistance to teachers in reading in the Title I Programs and other areas. Authored publications for teachers using the Cognitive Curriculum. Member of the Oklahoma Education Foundation Hall of Fame.
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