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In the Districts

Cecil F. Carter, deputy to the secretary of education for the Virginia State Department of Education, to deputy superintendent of the Savannah-Chatham County (Ga.) Public Schools.

Johnny H. Lee, formerly a high-school principal in Columbia, S.C., to superintendent of the Dorchester County (S.C.) School District 1.

Roger Clough, superintendent of schools for Lincoln, Neb., to superintendent of schools for Pattonville, Mo.

James F. Regan, president of the New York City Board of Education, was re-elected president of the board for a third consecutive one-year term.

Philip H. Schoo, superintendent of schools for Pueblo, Colo., to superintendent of schools for Lincoln, Neb., effective Sept. 1.

Betty E. Steffy, former assistant superintendent of the Lynbrook (N.Y.) Public Schools, to superintendent of Moorestown (N.J.) Public Schools.

Arthur W. Steller, superintendent for the Mercer County (W.Va.) Public Schools, to superintendent of the Oklahoma City Public Schools.

Rita Walters, a school-board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District, has been elected president of the school board.

In the States

William J. Burkholder, former school superintendent of the Fairfax County (Va.) Public Schools, to deputy superintendent of the Virginia State Department of Education, effective Nov. 1.

Donald M. Carroll, Jr., former commissioner for basic education with the Pennsylvania State Department of Education, to superintendent of schools for Harrisburg, Pa.

Josephine E. Copeland, a research associate in bilingual education at Teachers College, Columbia University, to co-director of the National Origin Minority Education/Equal Opportunity unit of the New Hampshire Department of Education.

Frank Dost, professor of agricultural chemistry and extension specialist in toxicology at Oregon State University, has been elected chairman of the Oregon State Board of Education.

James Lengel, former basic-education director for the Vermont State Department of Education, to deputy commissioner of education for the department.

David McDonald, director of the educational-assistance section of the Kansas State Department of Education, to assistant to the commissioner of the department.

Robert McNamara, former coordinator of support services for Waterbury (Vt.) Elementary School, to chief of compensatory education for the Vermont State Department of Education.

Irv Moskowitz, administrator of educational programs for the Denver Public Schools, has been hired by the Colorado State Department of Education to direct part time the $4-million reform program of the state's public schools.

Eugene T. Paslov, deputy state superintendent of public instruction for the Michigan State Department of Education, to state superintendent of public instruction for the department.

In Washington

Judith Rolfe, governmental affairs chairman for the Bozeman (Mont.) Area Chamber of Commerce, has been elected chairman of the National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs.

In the Education Schools

Mario A. Benitez, professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Texas at Austin, to chairman of the department of curriculum and instruction at the university, effective Sept. 1.

John S. Borden, former executive director of a capital fund-raising drive at Teachers College, Columbia University, to vice president for development and external affairs at the college.

Benny Coxton, superintendent schools in Lincoln County, N.C., to associate professor of education at Winthrop College and executive director of the CYLUC-W consortium, a partnership of the school districts in York, Lancaster, and Union counties and Winthrop College.

Lewis C. Solmon, associate dean of the graduate school of education at the University of California-Los Angeles, to dean of the graduate school.

In the Associations

Michael E. Eader, associate director of the Alabama Association of School Boards, to assistant executive director for federation member relations at the National School Boards Association.

Wilma P. Griffin, associate professor of home economics at the University of Texas at Austin, to president of the American Home Economics Association.

D. Cassandra Fletcher, former placement and counseling officer in the international division of Aurora Associates Inc. in Washington, D.C., to communications director for the Arizona Education Association.

Helene A. Loew, supervisor of the office of the "District Superintendents and Resource Allocation Plan" in the New York State Education Department, has been appointed exective director of the American Association of Teachers of German.

John C. Manning, professor of education at the University of Minnesota, who the is author of a professional textbook, Reading: Learning and Instructional Processes, and has taught reading at various levels, has been installed as the 1985-86 president of the International Reading Association.

Regina U. Minudri, director of library services at the Berkeley (Calif.) Public Library, has been elected president-elect of the American Library Association.

Margaret Mueller, president of the New Jersey School Boards Association, has been re-elected as president of the association for another one-year term.

Carla Nuxoll, a high-school English teacher from Mead, Wash., has been elected vice president of the Washington Education Association.

Octavius T. Reid, acting executive director since February of the New Jersey School Boards Association and a former assistant dean of the college of arts and sciences at Rutgers University, has been appointed executive director of the state association.

Samuel G. Sava, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, has been elected chairman of the Educational Leaders Consortium, a group of major school associations.

Brilla Highfill Scott, principal of West Junior High School in Lawrence, Kan., who has been a teacher both in the city's elementary school and in its junior high school, to executive director of the United School Administrators of Kansas.

Don P. Sheldon, superintendent of the Walled Lake (Mich.) Schools, to deputy executive director of the American Association of School Administrators.

Sue Strand, an elementary-school teacher from Las Vegas, was re-elected to serve a second two-year term as president of the Nevada State Education Association.

Other Appointments

William C. Brooks, general director of personnel administration for General Motors Corporation in Detroit, was elected chairman of the board of directors of 70001 Ltd., a national nonprofit organization that helps school dropouts find work.

Donn W. Gresso, superintendent of the Pattonville School District of Metropolitan St. Louis, to vice president of the Danforth Foundation.

Harold Levine, vice chairman of the New York Alliance for the Public Schools and the chairman and founder of an advertising agency, Levine, Huntley, Schmidt, and Beaver Inc., has been appointed president of the alliance.

Resignations and Retirements

Roger W. Adams, principal of Sacajewea Junior High School in Lewiston, Idaho, resigned from that post on June 28, after 30 years of teaching and educational administration in Lewiston.

Bruce Brennan, assistant superintendent of the division of vocational-technical and adult-education services for the Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction, retired on June 30 after 12 years as assistant superintendent.

Richard J. Deasy, assistant state superintendent of instruction for the Maryland State Department of Education, is resigning his post to become executive director of the National Council for International Visitors in Washington, D.C.

James J. Gallagher, director of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he is Kenan professor of education, has resigned that post in order to concentrate on research projects of the center.

Robert R. Gates, superintendent of the Michigan School for the Deaf, retired this month after serving the school as superintendent for 11 years.

Geraldine Ivie, director of finance and administration for the Music Educators National Conference, has retired after 29 years with the association.

Edgar B. Jackson, director of the office of textbooks of the South Carolina Department of Education, who has worked for the department for 29 years, is retiring from that post.

Barbara Jorgensen, director of the office of public affairs for the National Research Council in Washington, D.C., has resigned from that post to practice law.

Robert B. Luce, chief legal counsel for the Vermont Department of Education for the past five years, is resigning from that post to join the law firm of Downs, Rachlin, and Martin in Burlington, Vt.

James A. Masiello, chairman of the New Hampshire State Education Board for the past two years, resigned from the post this month.

Frank L. Mulvaney, superintendent of schools for the Solon (Ohio) City School District, where he was superintendent for 10 of the 20 years he worked for the district, retired from that position in July.

Elizabeth M. Ray, head of the division of occupational and vocational studies in the college of education at Pennsylvania State University, who is known nationally for her work in the field of home-economics education, has retired from that post with the title of professor emeritus.

Twyla Shear, professor of home-economics education at the college of education at Pennsylvania State University, who served as "professor-in-charge" of home-economics education at the university from 1979 to 1983 and who is known nationally for her research and curriculum-development work, has retired from that post with the rank of professor emeritus.

Helen Werner, deputy superintendent of public instruction for the Idaho State Department of Education, has retired from that post.

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