In the Schools
Rose Castellano, on the teaching staff of the Creative Arts Program at the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education and a former school music and drama teacher in New Jersey, to director of the New Jersey School of the Arts.
In the Districts
Damon Asbury, executive assistant to the superintendent of the Columbus Public Schools, to assistant superintendent of support services for the district.
Richard I. Bauer, assistant superintendent of the Great Valley (Pa.) School District and president of the International Association of School Business Officials, has been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the Pennsylvania School District Liquid Asset Fund, which is composed of school-board members and school business officials.
Samuel A. Salas, headmaster of Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., to director of schools for the Cranbrook Educational Community, which includes Brookside, Cranbrook, and Kingswood schools.
In the States
Charles F. Carrick, assistant commissioner for general education for the Tennessee Department of Education, to deputy to the education commissioner for the department.
Sidney B. Collison, state director of instruction for the Delaware Department of Public Instruction and a former superintendent of the Alexis I. duPont School District in Delaware, has been named Delaware's assistant state superintendent for instruction.
Sheila K. Draper, a specialist in early-childhood education for the Maryland State Department of Education, to chief of the program development and assistance branch in the department's division of special education.
Henry C. Harper, a project manager for the College Entrance Examination Board in New York City and former superintendent of schools for Appoquinimink, Del., to state director of instruction for the Delaware Department of Public Instruction.
James M. Kelley, director of the computer-skills program for the Tennessee Department of Education, to assistant commissioner for general education for the department.
Joy R. McLarty, director of the state testing program for the Tennessee Department of Education, to assistant commissioner for school success for the department.
Gary W. Phillips, an evaluation specialist in program assessment with the Division of Instruction of the Maryland State Department of Education, to chief of the unit for the department's research, evaluation, and statistics branch.
Wayne E. Shaffer, a lawyer in Bryan, Ohio, and past president of the National Association of State Boards of Education and of the Ohio Community School Association, has been elected president of the Ohio State Board of Education.
Gloria Ann Duus, program director for the Office of Navaho Women in Window Rock, Ariz., has been appointed as a council member of the National Advisory Council on Indian Education.
W. Buck Martin, administrator of technical assistance for the Wisconsin Council on Criminal Justice in Madison, Wis., has been appointed as a council member of the National Advisory Council on Indian Education.
In the Education Schools
Doran Christensen, deputy director of the National Council for' Accreditation of Teacher Education, to chairman of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education at Tennessee Technological University.
Harold Herber, professor of education at Syracuse University, to interim dean of the university's School of Education.
In the Associations
Bernard L. Charles, program officer at the Carnegie Corporation of New York and president of the Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution, has been elected chairman of the board of trustees for the Public Education Association, which monitors and supports public schools.
Harriet Egertson, consultant for early-childhood education with the Nebraska Department of Education, has been chosen president-elect of the National Association of Early Childhood Specialists in State Departments of Education.
Rev. Charles M. Kavanagh, rector of Cathedral Preparatory Seminary in New York City, to executive director of the seminary department of the National Catholic Educational Association, for which he will oversee member high schools, colleges, and theologates.
Frank Lomax 3rd, research director and project coordinator for Statewide Youth Advocacy in Rochester, N.Y., and chairman of the Citizens' Council for Ohio Schools, to director of the council.
Charles Stebbins, program counselor and coordinator of the addiction-recovery unit of the Shawnee Mission Medical Center in Overland Park, Kan., to chemical health administrator for the National Federation of State High School Associations.
Gregory Benson Sr., executive director of the Capital Area School Development Association in Albany, N.Y., will resign from that post on July 31 after nine years of service and a total of 44 years in education. He plans to teach part time at the College of St. Rose in Albany, N.Y., and to be available as a consultant to the area's schools.
Tom I. Davis, special assistant for communications for North Carolina's superintendent of schools, has retired after 14 years in that post.
Carl L. Riehm, associate superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Virginia Department of Education, has retired from the department.
Howard E. Row, assistant state superintendent for the Delaware Department of Public Instruction between 1955 and 1981, who is presently assisting the superintendent as the liaison with the Desegregation Advisory Committee to the State Board of Education, will retire from the department on March 30. Mr. Row founded James H. Groves Adult High School, the nation's first free, statewide night school for adults.
Frank Whiteley, superintendent of schools for Community Consolidated School District 15 in Palatine, Ill., will retire from that post on June 30.
Vol. 04, Issue 22