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Sarah Little

Associate Professor of Education

A.B., Erskine College (’08); M.Ed., Southern Wesleyan University; Ed.S., Converse College; M.Ed., Ed.D., University of South Carolina


Sarah Little, Associate Professor of Education, graduated from Erskine College in 2006 with certifications in special education and early childhood education. She began her teaching career in special education in Abbeville, and after marrying her husband, Daniel (Erskine Class of 2008), moved to Latta, S.C., where she taught first grade. She and her husband moved to the upstate in 2013, where Dr. Little served as an instructional coach and testing coordinator in Spartanburg District 4.

During her years in public education, she completed a master’s degree in education from Southern Wesleyan University, an education specialist degree in literacy from Converse College, an additional master’s degree in education with elementary administration certification from the University of South Carolina, and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of South Carolina.

Before coming to Erskine. Dr. Little taught at North Greenville University, where she served as Early Childhood Department Chair, Assessment Coordinator, and Teacher Cadet College Partner. She enjoys sharing her knowledge. Most recently, she has made presentations at South Carolina’s Teacher Cadet Annual Conference and the South Carolina Pediatric Cancer Workshop.

Personal Interests

Dr. Little and her husband, Daniel, have three children—Zane, Addy Mae, and Maggie Beth. They are active members of Grace United Methodist Church in Abbeville, where they serve as nursery workers and Sunday School teachers. They live on a farm in Abbeville, where they enjoy exploring and fishing.

Telephone: 864-379-8866
Location: Erskine Building 118

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