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William M. Soult, who was active on the national and local levels in teacher standards and school boards, died of pancreatic cancer Oct. 1 at his home in Longmont, Colo. He was 60.

Mr. Soult had served the past six years on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and was the president of the National School Boards Association in 1993-94.

A former mathematics and physics teacher in Harrisburg, Pa., he was also a former president of the Colorado Association of School Boards.

--ALAN RICHARD

Vol. 19, Issue 9, Page 4

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