List of famous educators with their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

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An educator may refer to a person who is adequately skilled in the theory and practice of education that, he/she may be involved in the implementation of education to others. An educator may be a teacher, professor, an administrator of a university, college, school or any other kind of educational institution. A skilled practitioner of the profession of imparting knowledge is known as an educator. An educator may be specialized in a particular field of study some of them may include, accounting, agriculture, drama, economics, philosophy, linguistics, literature, dance and mathematics among many other specialized fields of study. A professional educator may work on his/her own and even own an educational institution. An educator plays a crucial and significant role in the life of students, training them academically and also shaping their lives, ensuring their emotional and psychological health and welfare. An educator may play a huge role in the lives of his/her students, acting as a mentor, guide, confidant and friend. An educator may also be a specialized teacher of spirituality or religion. Explore some of the most fascination lives of famous educators along by reading some of their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

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Maulana KarengaMaulana Karenga
(American)
Betty ShabazzBetty Shabazz

Sayyid QutbSayyid Qutb
(Egyptian)
Bill AyersBill Ayers
(American)
Art SpiegelmanArt Spiegelman
(American)

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Mary McLeod BethuneMary McLeod Bethune
(American)
Ahmad JamalAhmad Jamal
(American)
Mahasweta DeviMahasweta Devi
(Indian)

Athanasius KircherAthanasius Kircher
(Italian)
Howard ThurmanHoward Thurman
(American)
Steven Clark RockefellerSteven Clark Rockefeller
(American)

Seymour PapertSeymour Papert
(American,South African)
Babatunde OlatunjiBabatunde Olatunji
(Nigerian,American)
Marva CollinsMarva Collins
(American)

Charlotte MasonCharlotte Mason
(British)
Andrés BelloAndrés Bello
(Chilean,Venezuelan)
Gabriel NarutowiczGabriel Narutowicz
(Lithuanian,Polish)

Khaled Abou El FadlKhaled Abou El Fadl
(Kuwaiti)
Robert Maynard HutchinsRobert Maynard Hutchins
(American)
Yehuda AmichaiYehuda Amichai
(German,Israeli)

Mordecai KaplanMordecai Kaplan
(American)
Anton MakarenkoAnton Makarenko
(Russian,Russian)
Rosalind WisemanRosalind Wiseman
(American)

Yitzhak NavonYitzhak Navon
(Israeli)
Reuven FeuersteinReuven Feuerstein
(Israeli,Romanian)
Autherine LucyAutherine Lucy
(American)

Christian Lous LangeChristian Lous Lange
(Norwegian)
Roger Tory PetersonRoger Tory Peterson
(American)
Kate Douglas WigginKate Douglas Wiggin
(American)

Ferdinand BuissonFerdinand Buisson
(French)
John Boyd Orr, 1st Baron Boyd-OrrJohn Boyd Orr, 1st Baron Boyd-Orr
(British)
Lucy Craft LaneyLucy Craft Laney
(American)

John MasonJohn Mason
(Indian)
Marvin OlaskyMarvin Olasky
(American)
William TempleWilliam Temple

Yossi SaridYossi Sarid
(Israeli)
Henry BarnardHenry Barnard
(American)
Charles Kendall AdamsCharles Kendall Adams

Sophia B. PackardSophia B. Packard
(American)
Janie Porter BarrettJanie Porter Barrett
(American)
Mark HopkinsMark Hopkins
(American)

Granville Stanley HallGranville Stanley Hall
(American)
Moshe DavisMoshe Davis
(American)
John HopeJohn Hope
(American)

Fawn McKay BrodieFawn McKay Brodie
(American)
Friedrich Wilhelm August FroebelFriedrich Wilhelm August Froebel
(German)
David J. KuckDavid J. Kuck

Thomas Raymond KellyThomas Raymond Kelly
(American)
Jacques Martin BarzunJacques Martin Barzun
June Millicent JordanJune Millicent Jordan
(American)

Clare HaslerClare Hasler
(American)
Dr. Benjamin Elijah MaysDr. Benjamin Elijah Mays
(American)
Dr. Ronald Leslie DawsonDr. Ronald Leslie Dawson

Dr. Winnie DunnDr. Winnie Dunn
Grant GudmundsonGrant Gudmundson
(American)
John Ricardo I. ColeJohn Ricardo I. Cole
(American)

Jōsei TodaJōsei Toda
(Japanese)
Les Parrott, IIILes Parrott, III
Luke GormallyLuke Gormally