Laura Quaynor Obituary, Death – Laura Quaynor is the chair of the Department of Advanced Studies in Education as well as an associate professor in the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program. She specializes in helping first-year doctoral candidates develop their academic writing skills and in providing assistance for those students. Laura began her teaching career in Maryland and Virginia, where she taught both English as a Second Language (ESL) and French immersion.
She then moved on to South Carolina and Illinois, where she worked as a faculty member in teacher education and specialized in ESL/bilingual education. As a member of the teaching staff, she has designed and delivered classes on ESL/bilingual teaching methods, comparative education, cross-cultural studies, and linguistics. Additionally, she has established an online endorsement program that has been recognized by the state.
Recent articles have been published in the Journal of Teacher Education as well as Compare and Globalization, Societies, and Education. Laura’s research focuses on citizenship and civic education, as well as how schools implement global citizenship education, with a special emphasis on kids who are learning English as a second language in the United States and students in Liberia, West Africa. According to a report that was made public by Pennsylvania law enforcement, a teacher who was 47 years old and involved in a violent car accident passed away despite attempts to rescue her from the blazing wreckage of the vehicle.
The driver of the second vehicle, a 35-year-old man, “attempted to remove Woodward from the vehicle; however, the fire prevented him from getting Woodward out of the car,” the report said. Dave Hollis, a Former Executive at Disney, Passed Away at the Age of 47: “We Are Devastated,” they said. Rachel Hollis, Who Is Now My Ex-Wife, Says The woman who was a mother to three children was pronounced dead at the site of the accident, and the driver of the second SUV, who had incurred “significant” injuries, was sent to Robert Packer Hospital for treatment. According to the authorities, there is currently an active investigation into what caused the collision.
For close to fifteen years, Woodward was employed by the Troy Area School District as a teacher in the elementary school level. She was an active part of our booster groups and was considered a mother figure to many of our children, according to a statement released by the School District. Both the teaching staff and the kids are going to miss Ms. Woodward a great deal because she has been such a kind and valuable member of our team for many years.