Published Online: September 10, 1997

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In the Schools

Margo Khouri, from education director, Bronx Early Learning Center, Volunteers of America, to principal, Herbert G. Birch School for Exceptional Children, New York City.

In the Districts

Marguerite Archie-Hudson, former member, California Assembly, to member, Los Angeles County Board of Education.

Sharon R. Beauchamp, executive vice president, Glendale (Calif.) Chamber of Commerce, to member, Los Angeles County Board of Education.

Mitchell D. Chester, from chief of curriculum and instruction programs, Bureau of Research and Teacher Assessment, Connecticut Department of Education, to executive director, Office of Accountability and Assessment, Philadelphia public school district.

William L. Rada, from diplomat, U.S. Department of State, Washington, to assistant superintendent for human resources, San Francisco Unified School District.

Dolores M. Riley, from minority-relations liaison, Salt Lake City School District, to assistant superintendent of human resources.

In the States

Jamie Key, from teacher, Barren County School District, Barren County, Ky. to director, Kentucky Department of Education Region 2 Service Center, Bowling Green, Ky.

Judith McHale, president and chief operating officer, Discovery Communications Inc., Bethesda, Md., to member, Maryland State Board of Education.

Joyce Winburn, from teacher, Eminence (Ky.) Independent School District, to director, Kentucky Department of Education Region 4 Service Center, Covington, Ky.

In the Associations

Jack C. Berckmeyer, from teacher, Scott Carpenter Middle School, Denver, to director, member and affiliate services, National Middle School Association, Columbus, Ohio.

Maggie Ford, from vice president of development, American Association of University Women Educational Foundation, Washington, to president.

Perry M. Kacik, from director of field operations, National Education Association, New Hampshire, to executive director, Vermont, National Education Association.

Dorian Martin, director of communications, Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association, Austin, to president, National School Public Relations Association, Rockville, Md.

Jennifer Looney, assistant superintendent of instruction/personnel, Selma (Calif.) Unified School District, to president, Association of California School Administrators, Sacramento.

Jack Reh, teacher, Blackham Middle School, Bridgeport, Conn. to president, Bridgeport (Conn.) Education Association.

Fran Norris Scoble, head, Westridge School for Girls, Pasadena, Calif., to president, California Association of Independent Schools, Santa Barbara.

Virginia Z. Seccombe, executive director, LEARN, Old Lyme, Conn., to president, American Association of Educational Service Agencies, Arlington, Va.

Brian L. Talbott, from superintendent, Educational Service District 101, Spokane, Wash., to executive director, American Association of Educational Service Agencies, Arlington, Va.

Other Appointments

William E. Brock, former U.S. senator from Tennessee, to board member, Council for Basic Education, Washington.

Rhonda L. Harryman, university supervisor of special education, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, to board member, Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta.

Lloydette Humphrey Hoof, from associate director, Durham (N.C.) Public Education Network, to executive director.

Karan A. Merry, director, Kent Place School, Summit, N.J., to board member, Council for Basic Education, Washington.

Paul Simon, former U.S. senator from Illinois, to chair, National Advisory Board, National Foreign Language Center, Washington.

John B. Williams III, from professor of education, University of Alabama, Birmingham, to vice president and senior program officer, Spencer Foundation, Chicago.

Selina Newell Winchester, from assignment desk/production assistant, Fox TV News, Philadelphia, Pa., to director of public relations and membership, Council for Basic Education, Washington.

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