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In the Schools

Brooke C. Burns, counselor, new-teacher division, Independent Educational Services, Princeton, N.J., to director, annual giving and alumni relations, St. Andrew's School, Boca Raton, Fla.

In the Districts

John D. MacLean Jr., director, pupil- and staff-support services, Coventry Public Schools, Coventry, Conn., to superintendent, Hull Public Schools, Hull, Mass.

David Sawyer, district superintendent, Clovis, Calif., to district superintendent, Brevard County School District, Melbourne, Fla.

John William Thompson, deputy commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education, Frankfort, Ky., to superintendent, Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, Okla.

Paul E. Ward, associate superintendent for personnel, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, New York City, to deputy superintendent of schools for the archdiocese.

In the Associations

Carol M. Godding, corporate director, human-resources development, Boeing Company, Seattle, Wash., to member, Council on Development, Education, and Training, The Conference Board, New York City.

Other Appointments

Michael J. Bello, director of education, National Anti-Vivisection Society, and executive director, International Foundation for Ethical Research, Chicago, Ill., to executive director, Whitman Academy for Excellence in Education Management, Chicago, Ill.

Larry D. Coble, superintendent of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Winston-Salem, N.C., to senior program associate, Center for Creative Leadership, and director of the Collegium for the Advancement of Schools, Schooling, and Education, School of Education, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, N.C.

Sandy Garrett, state school superintendent, Oklahoma City, Okla., to the board of directors, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Detroit, Mich.

Stephen M. McClain, vice provost, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., to chairman, Commission on Higher Education, Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Philadelphia, Pa.

Janice Petrovitch, national executive director, ASPIRA, Washington, D.C., to program officer in education and culture, Ford Foundation, New York City.

Robert J. Rokusek, director of campus ministry, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., to executive director, Council for Religion in Independent Schools, Washington, D.C.

Carolyn Yeldell Staley, executive director, Governor's Commission on Adult Literacy, Little Rock, Ark., to deputy director, National Institute for Literacy, U.S. Education Department, Washington, D.C.

James A. Sutton, chairman and chief executive officer, U.G.I. Corporation, Valley Forge, Pa., to the board of directors, Reading Is Fundamental Inc., Washington, D.C.

Sally Wood, senior vice president, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc., New York City, to president, Sunburst/Wings for Learning, the educational-technology division of Sunburst Communications Inc., Pleasantville, N.Y.

The Carnegie Corporation of New York, New York City, has announced the elections of Richard F. Celeste, former Governor of Ohio, to its board of trustees, and Eugene H. Cota-Robles, professor emeritus of biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, as vice chairman of the board.

The U.S. Education Department has announced the appointment of seven new members to the Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Board. They are: Richard T. Cole, vice president, corporate communications, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan, Detroit, Mich.; Vivian L. Dames, doctoral student at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Marianna W. Davis, teacher, Keenan High School, Columbia, S.C.; James O. Freedman, president, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.; Manuel T. Pacheco, president, University of Arizona, Tucson; Carol G. Sinavaiana, director, Pacific-Asia Institute for the Arts and Human Sciences, Pago Pago, American Samoa; Israel Tribble Jr., president and chief executive officer, Florida Endowment Fund for Higher Education, Tampa, Fla.

Turner Educational Services Inc. of Turner Broadcasting System, Atlanta, Ga., has appointed 16 educators to the T.E.S.I. National Faculty, to give presentations to the community on using CNN Newsroom in the classroom. They are:

Betty Ballard, Independence High School, Charlotte, N.C.; Paul Balog, Toms River High School East, Toms River, N.J.; Beverly Biber, Independent Media Services, South Pasadena, Calif.; Bill Caughlin, Spring Valley School, Elyria, Ohio; Barbara Deppner, McNair Magnet School, Cocoa Beach, Fla.; Kenneth Haratsy, Brownsville High School, Brownsville, Pa.; Cal Husby, Traverse City West Junior High School, Traverse City, Mich.; Jill Kohler, Ridge School, Ridge, N.Y.; Ronda Lee, Ramsay Alternative Junior/Senior High School, Birmingham, Ala.; Sue Lockwood-Summers, Westgate Elementary School, Lakewood, Colo.; Bonnie Lofton, Calapooia Middle School, Albany, Ore.; Michael Pabian, John F. Kennedy Elementary School, Sommerville, Mass.; Lorraine Palkert, South St. Paul High School, South St. Paul, Minn.; Barbara Roos, Sylvan Middle School, Citrus Heights, Calif.; Wanda Zamorano, Bedford Junior High School, Bedford, Tex.

Resignations and Retirements

Jack Egle, president and executive director of the Council on International Educational Exchange since 1979, has announced his retirement, effective July 1994.

Vol. 13, Issue 16

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