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Robert D. Barr, director of teacher education and extended services in the school of education at Indiana University at Bloomington, to dean of the school of education at Oregon State University, effective Jan. 2, 1982.

A. Richard Belding, business manager and director of development at Trinity School, Midland, Tex., to business manager and director of business services at the National Association of Independent Schools.

Jane Carroll Christensen, chairman of language arts at Everitt Junior High School, Wheat Ridge, Colo., to associate executive director of the National Council of Teachers of English.

Wendy M. Cullar, administrator of program development for the Bureau of Education for Exceptional Students at the Florida State Board of Education, to chief of the bureau.

William L. Dandridge, associate director of academic services of the National Association of Independent Schools, to director of academic services.

Adele Q. Ervin, director of membership services of the National Association of Independent Schools, also to director of external affairs.

Darryl G. Greer, policy planning officer at the College Board, to associate director for government relations.

Herbert J. Grover, district administrator of schools for Monona Grove, Wis., to state superintendent of public instruction in Wisconsin.

Harry Handler, deputy superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, to superintendent.

A. Bernard Hatch, superintendent of schools, the Williamsville Central School District, N.Y., to superintendent of Dayton Public Schools, Ohio.

Robert F. Hogan, executive director of the National Council of Teachers of English, to executive associate for research and development.

Paul L. Houts, editor of Principal, the magazine of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, to director of the Study of the American High School at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Larry D. Hutcheson, administrative assistant of instruction for Colquitt County schools, Moultrie, Ga., to chief of the bureau of curriculum services, division of public schools of the Florida State Department of Education.

John C. Maxwell, deputy executive director for national relations of the National Council of Teachers of English, to executive director designate.

Floretta Dukes McKenzie, deputy assistant secretary in charge of innovative programs in the U.S. Department of Education, to superintendent of the District of Columbia public schools.

Leslyn M. Shires, director of the public library, Wauwatosa, Wis., to assistant state superintendent for library services, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

W. Roger Snead, superintendent of schools, Jefferson Township, Ohio, to superintendent of schools, Warrensville Heights city school district, Ohio.

Robert R. Spillane, deputy commissioner of education in New York State, to superintendent of the Boston public school system.

ELECTIONS

Adrienne Y. Bailey, senior staff associate at the Chicago Community Trust and a former president o the education committee of the Illinois House of Representatives, has been elected chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education.

Edward Copeland, lawyer in Chicago and former member of the education committee of the Illinois House of Representatives, has been elected chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education.

Stephen N. Judy, professor of English and director of English education at Michigan State University has been elected vice president of the National Council of Teachers of English, effective November 22.

Herbert F. Oliver, principal of the Clark and Wilkins schools, Amherst, N.H., has been elected president-elect of the Northeast Regional Elementary Principals Association.

Vol. 01, Issue 01, Page 22

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