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In the Schools

Margaree H. Champion, president, Champion MCA Services, Mendon, N.Y., to member, board of trustees, Norman Howard School, Rochester, N.Y.

George F. Medill, retired, to member, board of trustees, Norman Howard School, Rochester, N.Y.

John M. Waters, director of the middle school, Kingswood-Oxford School, West Hartford, Conn., to head, Pike School, Andover, Mass.

In the Districts

Bruce W. Armstrong, superintendent, Chardon (Ohio) Local School District, to superintendent, Sycamore Community School District, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Marcia Bossart, superintendent, Glen Ridge (N.J.) School District, to superintendent, Princeton (N.J.) Regional School District.

Owen Heleen, vice president, Institute for Responsive Education, Boston, Mass., to head of the development office, Providence (R.I.) Public Schools.

In the Associations

Esther J. Cox, principal, King Career Center, Anchorage, Alaska, to president, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Reston, Va.

E. Don Brown, principal, L.D. Bell High School, Hurst, Tex., to president-elect, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Reston, Va.

Other Appointments

The U.S. Education Department recently appointed five new members to the Advisory Council on Education Statistics. They are:

Michael W. Kirst, professor of education, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.; Awilda Orta, dean for planning, research, and development, Hostas Community College, New York City; Andrew C. Porter, director, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Lee Etta Powell, professor of educational administration, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; and Carol H. Weiss, professor, graduate school of education, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., and fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University.

James J. Bausch, vice chair, A.T. Hudson & Company, Oradell, N.J., and chair, board of trustees, Child Health Foundation, Columbia, Md., to president, National Charities Information Bureau Inc., New York City.

Margarita H. Colmenares, manager and association president, Chevron Chemical Company, to director of corporate liaison, U.S. Education Department, Washington, D.C.

Tom Gerety, president, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., to chairman, Consortium on Financing Higher Education, Cambridge, Mass.

Frank L. Miller, director of marketing and communications, St. Aemilian-Lakeside, a home for emotionally troubled boys, Milwaukee, Wis., to director of communications, Milwaukee Foundation, Milwaukee.

Diane Ravitch, former assistant secretary for educational research and improvement and counselor to the Secretary of Education, U.S. Education Department, and visiting fellow in governmental studies, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., to senior research scholar, New York University School of Education, New York City.

Jack P. Shonkoff, professor of pediatrics and chief of the division of development and behavioral pediatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Mass., to dean, Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare, Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass.

Gary P. Watson, partner, KPMG Peat Marwick audit firm, to chief operating officer, Common Fund, a nonprofit, educational-endowment membership corporation, Westport, Conn.

Resignations and Retirements

Hugh Hayes, superintendent, Katy (Tex.) Independent School District, has announced his retirement, effective Dec. 31, 1994.

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