The Ray H. Lawson Award
Ray Lawson graduated from Central State Teachers College (now Central Michigan University) in 1940. After his first year of teaching, he was inducted into the Army prior to Pearl Harbor. After his discharge from the Army in 1946, he taught English at Rochester High School for 63 years. Ray earned his Master of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and went on to do post-graduate work at Wayne State, Michigan State, and the University of Michigan. He became an Oakland Writing Project Fellow in 1982. To say that Ray was an active member of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English would be an understatement. He was a member for his entire teaching career, serving as Secretary/Treasurer of MCTE for a combined total of nearly 40 years.
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The Michigan Council of Teachers of English awards the Ray Lawson Award to an outstanding MCTE educator who has demonstrated leadership to the profession and is held in high esteem by colleagues and students.
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