Diana Everett (M.Ed. ’71 Spec Ed) retired from teaching gifted girls at The Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio and is now enjoying teaching a thing or two to her five grandchildren! Putting her U.Va. Master’s Degree in Special Education to good use, she has taught children with Down Syndrome and learning disabilities as well.
Diana Everett's Curry Memory
“The Special Ed department was in Peabody Hall, and I believe that the program was very new. It was also the first year women were admitted. I remember Douglas P. Howard and Dr. Payne, two of the professors, and I can see the faces of the others but the names have escaped me. Our department was small but close, and I would so very much like to have a list of the names of my Class of 1971 Graduate Education classmates! I remember Dr. Carriker….and I believe a holiday party at his house. I remember Sensitivity Training and did NOT like that…it was strange.”