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Xaveria McRae

Career Technical Education
Spring Hill Middle School
North Carolina

Xaveria L. McRae was born, raised, and presently resides in South Carolina. She is a middle school career technical education teacher who teaches sixth- through eighth-grade students the basics associated with diagnostic, therapeutic, and biotechnology service fields. She has been a member of the curriculum and CTE departments during her 17 years as an educator. McRae has a a Bachelor of Science degree in Aquaculture, Fisheries, and Wildlife Biology from Clemson University, a bachelor's degree in general education from Coker College, and a master's degree from Francis Marion University.

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