Stanley E. Clark, Sr.
Stanley E. Clark, Sr. an Educational Specialist having earned a Specialist of Education degree from Troy State University in Alabama, a Master of Education degree from the City University of New York, and a Bachelor of Science degree from his beloved Clark College now Clark Atlanta University. He currently teaches 4th grade at an elementary school in Georgia. He possesses 32 years of teaching at the elementary level, to include 5th and 6th grade. Prior to moving to Georgia, he taught for 14 years at a public school in New York. Additionally, he was an Adjunct-Instructor of undergraduate education courses for 10 years at the College of New Rochelle in New York.
One of his greatest learning endeavors was afforded to him via his participation in a Teaching American History Grant. He earned an opportunity to visit study and learn various teaching strategies through hands-on experiences over a three-year period. He studied and visited American Indian Reservations in New Mexico, historic gold strike sites in California, transcontinental railroad memorials in Arizona, the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon in Nevada, a multitude of historic venues in Illinois, in addition to a host of other experiences, lectures, workshops and conversations that has made an indelible imprint on his life educationally.
One of his favorite quotes is, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”