Flora (1865–1944). Leader in teacher and parent education. An early student at Battle Creek College, she began teaching in public schools, but in 1890 returned for further specific training for teaching in Seventh-day Adventist schools. In 1892 she beca | Ellen G. White Estate

Flora (1865–1944). Leader in teacher and parent education. An early student at Battle Creek College, she began teaching in public schools, but in 1890 returned for further specific training for teaching in Seventh-day Adventist schools. In 1892 she beca

(1865-1944). Leader in teacher and parent education. An early student at Battle Creek College, she began teaching in public schools, but in 1890 returned for further specific training for teaching in Seventh-day Adventist schools. In 1892 she became a church school teacher at Battle Creek. In 1894 she took charge of the elementary school at Keene Academy and in 1897 became responsible for the newly inaugurated normal program there. In 1903 she returned to Battle Creek and taught in the junior academy. From 1910 to 1916 she was educational superintendent and Missionary Volunteer and Sabbath school secretary of the West Michigan Conference, and from 1916 to 1921 served as educational superintendent of the East Michigan Conference. Afterward she was assistant secretary of the General Conferen...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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