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In the Schools

Linda Martinson, vice president for planning, budgeting, and finance and chief financial officer, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Ga., to headmaster, the Galloway School, Atlanta.

Peter Rathbone Ramsey, vice president for resources and public affairs, Wellesley (Mass.) College, to secretary, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.

In the Districts

Yolie Flores Aguilar, child--care coordinator, human resources and benefits division, Office of Child Coordinator, Los Angeles, Calif., to board of education, Los Angeles County.

In the States

Earl Vernon Coffey, superintendent, Grainger County (Tenn.) Schools, to deputy state commissioner of education, Tennessee Department of Education, Nashville.

John T. Holton, superintendent, Appoquinimink (Del.) School District, to associate state superintendent for standards and curriculum, Delaware Department of Public Instruction, Dover.

Other Appointments

Errol R. Alden, director, department of education, American Academy of Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, Ill., to deputy executive director.

Kevin Dando, manager, public and government affairs, American School Food Service Association, Alexandria, Va., to manager, education press, Public Broadcasting Service, Alexandria, Va.

Jim Sowers, principal, Truesdell Middle School, Wichita, Kan., to president, board of directors, United School Administrators, Topeka, Kan.

Bing Taylor, general manager for books and Europe, W.H. Smith, United Kingdom, to executive vice president for international division, Scholastic Inc., New York City.

The board of trustees of the Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J., has selected its chair and vice chair and three new board members. They are:

Daniel Yankelovich (chair), president, Public Agenda Foundation, New York City; Blandina Cardenas Ramirez (vice chair), professor, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos; Julius Chambers, chancellor, North Carolina Central University, Durham; Paul Elsner, chancellor, Maricopa County (Ariz.) Community College District; Harold Shapiro, president, Princeton University.

Vol. 14, Issue 26

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