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In the Schools

Barbara Landis Chase, head of school, Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Md., to head of school, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.

Dana Cooper, assistant to the headmaster, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Cincinnati, Ohio, to director of development.

Joan Jaeckel, director, community development, Highland Hall Waldorf School, Los Angeles, Calif. to director of development, North American Waldorf Schools, Encino, Calif.

In the Districts

Stephen Myers, assistant superintendent for business and finance, Kansas City (Mo.) School District, to special assistant to the superintendent.

Charles Skurka, superintendent, Crown Point (Ind.) School District, to superintendent, Wausau (Wis.) School District

In the States

Diane Arneal, director, California Paramedical and Technical College, Riverside, Calif., to the California State Council on Vocational Education.

Arlene A. Krouzian, head of special-education department, Luther Burbank Middle School, San Francisco, Calif., to Advisory Commission on Special Education, Sacramento, Calif.

In the Associations

Gail Becker, executive director, Louisville (Ky.) Science Center, to vice president, Association of Science-Technology Centers, Washington, D.C.

Patricia L. Burgh, assistant provost for enrollment management, Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J., to secretary and treasurer, National Association of College Admission Counselors, Alexandria, Va.

Sandra T. Gray, vice president, Independent Sector, Washington, D.C., to vice chairman, American Society of Association Executives, Washington, D.C.

Dale D. Hawley, director, division of student activities, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Alexandria, Va., to director of student services.

Kevin D. Keeley, president and chief executive officer, Phoenix (Ariz.) Chamber of Commerce, to executive director, National Association of College Admission Counselors, Alexandria, Va.

Rocco Marano, deputy director, division of student activities, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Alexandria, Va., to director of student programs.

James L. Peterson, president, Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul, to president, Association of Science-Technology Centers, Washington, D.C.

Jeffery Rudolph, executive director, California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, to secretary/treasurer, Association of Science Technology Centers, Washington, D.C.

Dennis Wint, president, St. Louis (Mo.) Science Center, to vice president, Association of Science-Technology Centers, Washington, D.C.

Other Appointments

Eddy Bayardelle, superintendent, Hempstead Public Schools, Long Island, N.Y., to chief operating officer, United States Committee for UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, New York City.

Kathryn Blumsack, coordinator, school-improvement training unit, Montgomery County (Md.) Schools, Rockville, Md. to the National Staff Development Council Board of Trustees, Dallas, Tex.

Mark R. Cannon, director of public affairs, Student Loan Funding Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio, to executive director, Coalition for Student Loan Reform, Washington, D.C.

Henry J. Cauthen, president, South Carolina Educational Television Network, Columbia, S.C., to chairman, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, D.C.

Frank H. Cruz, chairman, Gulf Atlantic Life Insurance, Fountain Valley, Calif., to board of directors, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, D.C.

Donald G. Dawson, Apple education-sales consultant, Portland, Ore., to director, marketing, Pieran Spring Software, Portland, Ore.

James W. Dyke Jr., partner, McQuire, Woods, Battle, & Boothe, Tysons Corner, Va., to board of trustees, the Education Foundation, Falls Church, Va.

John G. Flores, superintendent, Lynnfield (Mass.) Public Schools, to executive director, Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications, Cambridge, Mass.

Kathryn Harwell, assistant superintendent, Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, Grapevine, Tex., to board of trustees, National Staff Development Council, Dallas, Tex.

Ted Haynie, principal, Appeal Elementary School, Prince Fredrick, Md., to board of trustees, National Staff Development Council, Dallas, Tex.

Ralph E. Lundgren, higher-education program director, education division, Lilly Endowment Inc., Indianapolis, Ind., to vice president for education.

Doug Moskonas, vice president of sales, Valley School Supply, Appleton, Wis., to president, Valley School Supply.

Peggy O'Brien, head of education, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C., to director of education programs, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, D.C.

Jon C. Strauss, former president, Worcester (Mass.) Polytechnic Institute, to vice president and chief financial officer, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, Md.

The National Advisory Council on Indian Education and the Office of Indian Education, U.S. Education Department, recently announced new Presidential appointees to the council. They are:

Joseph Abeyta, superintendent, Sante Fe (N.M.) Indian School; Agnes Chavis, educator, Pembroke, N.C.; Billie Maxine Glory, director, Indian Education Program, Muskogee (Okla.) Public Schools; Rosemary Ackley Christensen, curriculm specialist, Duluth, Minn.; Mark Maryboy, Navaho Nation Tribal Councilman, Montezuma Creek, Utah; Aleta Paisano-Suazo, education administrator, Albuquerque, N.M.; A. Michael Neimeyer, chief executive officer, Calista Corporation, Anchorage, Alaska; Janine Pease-Windy Boy, president, Little Big Horn Community College, Crow Agency, Mont.; Scott Ratliff, counselor, Central Wyoming College Riverton, Wyo.; Sherry Redowl, president, Rosebud Sioux Education Society, Rosebud, S.D.

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