Traditional education practices are discussed and debated by three very highly qualified individuals who, between them, have over 100 years of combined experience in this field.
Clifford Sumrall has been in the education and business field since the late 1960’s. He has taught at the high school and college level, and through the Sumrall Program – 2005-2014, has written “Think on Your Feet, Creating an Environment through Organized Public Speaking”.
Cliff is also the founder of Success Dynamics, a consulting firm to corporations and small companies on communication issues, both written, oral & interpersonal.
Dr. Betty Wells Brown has a PhD in Reading Education and 45 years of teaching experience at the grade school & college level. Betty was just recently voted to serve on the Board of Education in Moore County. Although she is currently a retired professor at UNC – Pembroke, Betty still teaches part time and sees herself, in her new role as a member of the Board of Education, as someone who can give back, mentor and oversee. Her professional experience is exceptional and her resume’s list of accomplishments are numerous and impressive.
Tom Lach is a retired Dean of the College of Arts & Science at UNC – Pembroke. His 32 years of experience in the educational field and his perspective lends a very well rounded voice to their conversation.
Moore County is growing. Our demographics are changing. Our school system has become a very strong focal point and part of the lifeblood of our
The challenges facing our education system from a global and a local perspective are discussed.