Dr. Edwards is born in Fremont, Nebraska to Howard Carl and Donna Marie Schneider.
Dr. Edwards receives a Bachelor of Science in education from Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska.
Dr. Edwards becomes a language arts teacher for Arlington Public Schools.
Dr. Edwards marries Charles Douglas Edwards.
Dr. Edwards becomes a language arts teacher for the Glendale Elementary School District.
Dr. Edwards receives a Master of Arts in education from Arizona State University.
Dr. Edwards becomes a reading specialist in the Deer Valley School District in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Edwards receives a Master of Arts in education from Northern Arizona University.
Dr. Edwards receives a Doctor of Education in curriculum and instruction from Northern Arizona University.
Dr. Edwards authors “The Search for the Ideal Teacher: Research on Teacher Characteristics 1890-1950.”
Dr. Edwards authors “Extracurricular Reading and Reading Achievement: The Rich Stay Rich and the Poor Don’t Read” published in Reading Improvement.
Dr. Edwards becomes an assistant principal in the Deer Valley School District in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Edwards authors “One Year Stability of the Elementary Reading Attitude Survey” published in Mid-Western Educational Researcher.
Dr. Edwards becomes a principal in the Deer Valley School District.
Dr. Edwards is appointed director of assessment for the Deer Valley School District.
Dr. Edwards serves as a mentor at Midland University.
Dr. Edwards authors “Assessing Early Reading Skills with the Mountain Shadows Phonemic Awareness Scale” published in the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment.
Dr. Edwards is appointed president of the Alumni Board of Midland University.
Dr. Edwards becomes a student teacher supervisor at Arizona State University.
Dr. Edwards is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.