The HistoryMakers video oral history with Frances Graves Carroll.

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Imprint:Chicago, Illinois : The HistoryMakers, [2016]
Description:1 online resource (9 video files (4 hr., 16 min., 23 sec.)) : sound, color.
Subject:Carroll, Frances Graves, -- 1932- -- Interviews.
African Americans -- Interviews.
African Americans.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Oral histories.
Oral histories.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Format: E-Resource Video Streaming Video
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Varying Form of Title:History Makers video oral history with Frances Graves Carroll
Frances Graves Carroll
Other authors / contributors:Carroll, Frances Graves, 1932- interviewee.
Crowe, Larry F., interviewer.
Hickey, Matthew, director of photography.
Bowen, Crick, director of photography.
HistoryMakers (Video oral history collection), production company.
Sound characteristics:digital
Digital file characteristics:video file
Notes:Videographer, Matthew Hickey.
Videographer, Crick Bowen.
Larry Crowe, interviewer.
Recorded Chicago, Illinois 2008 February 19.
Recorded Chicago, Illinois 2008 July 10.
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Summary:Educator Frances G. Carroll was born on May 8, 1932, in Chicago, Illinois. She earned her B.A. degree from Roosevelt University; her M. E. degree from Chicago State University; and her Ph.D. in education from the University of Sarasota in Sarasota, Florida. She taught in the Chicago school system and trained future teachers and principals. From 1954 to 1999, Carroll taught the professional advancement courses for Chicago Public Schools. She also taught at the City Colleges of Chicago; Governor's State University; Chicago State University; and Roosevelt University. In 1999, Carroll started the Carroll Family Foundation, a scholarship foundation for students with special needs. In 2000, she became the vice-president of Group 17 Education Consultants, Inc. In 2003, Carroll was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. As a newly appointed trustee, Carroll re-stimulated the debate over the use of Chief Illiniwek as the University's mascot.