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Four finalists are contenders in the American Association of School Administrators' search for the nation's best superintendent.

The finalists are: Barbara S. Devlin of the Villa Park (Ill.) Elementary School District #45; Richard E. Kendel of the Davis County, Utah, school district; Kenneth L. Moffett of the Lennox, Calif., school system; and Gary L. Wegenke of the Des Moines school district.

A panel made up of education, government, and business representatives--which selected the finalists--will choose the 1994 National Superintendent of the Year.

The winner will be announced Feb. 11 in San Francisco at the A.A.S.A.'s national conference.

The A.A.S.A. program, which is co-sponsored by the ServiceMaster Company of Downers Grove, Ill., is designed to recognize leadership, professionalism, communications skills and community involvement. Finalists are chosen from nominees from each state and from U.S. schools overseas.

A $10,000 scholarship will be awarded in the name of the winner.

Vol. 13, Issue 17

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