Mary Hollowell,
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       Mary Hollowell is a former science_teacher in Griffin-Spalding County Schools and a current teacher educator at Clayton State University.  Some of her articles on at-risk youth have appeared in American Indian QuarterlyAmerican Secondary Education, and The High School Journal.  She revisits Peachtree Alternative School teachers in a book chapter on therapeutic art and writing found in Greg Goodman’s Educational Psychology Reader: The Art and Science of How People Learn.
         
Dr. Hollowell is a graduate of Davidson College, where she majored in biology, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.  She once served as Director of Education at Cincinnati Museum Center, which has a children's museum, a history museum, and a natural history museum.  Mary has also worked for the National Park Service, the Durrell Wildlife Presevation Trust in England, and Seacamp in the Florida Keys.  She enjoys dancing, reading, and spending time with her family.


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