Academic journal article Foreign Language Annals

Teachers of African-American Students SIG

Academic journal article Foreign Language Annals

Teachers of African-American Students SIG

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Congratulations to Charles R. Hancock, professor of educational studies and associate dean of the College of Education at The Ohio State University, who received the SIG's leadership award during the annual business meeting in Philadelphia last year. The award recognized his role as one of the founders of the SIG as well as his support and efforts on behalf of African-American students and their educators. This honor is only one of Dr. Haneock's many accomplishments.

A native of New Orleans who earned his PhD in foreign language education at Ohio State in 1970, Dr. Hancock returned to that university as a faculty member in 1986. Prior to that, he served as an associate superintendent in the Baltimore City Schools and taught at the University of Maryland, the State University of New York at Albany, and Columbia University Teachers College. During the earlier part of his career, he taught in the New Orleans Public Schools and was a training director with the Peace Corps in West Africa.

Fluent in Spanish and French, he has also studied several African languages and Russian. …

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