George C. Mann served as the Chief of the Bureau of Adult Education and Executive Secretary for CCAE in the 1940’s and 1950’s. During his twenty-two year career as an adult education leader, the concept of public school adult education in California went from dream to reality. His affectionate nickname, “Mr. Adult Education,” was inspired by his devotion and tireless work on behalf of public school adult education. It is fitting that our highest honor bears his name.
George C. Mann Distinguished Service Award
South Coast Section