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In the Districts

Barbara Pulliam, from associate superintendent, Rockford, Ill., Public Schools, to superintendent, St. Louis Park, Ill., Public Schools.

In the States

Jacqueline McConnell, from principal, Harrison, N.J., to special assistant for school improvement, New Jersey State Department of Education, Trenton.

Edwin Carman, from legislative coordinator, New Jersey Department of Transportation, Trenton, to director of government relations and strategic initiatives, New Jersey State Department of Education, Trenton.

In the Associations

C. Todd Jones, from staff member, House Committee on Education and the Workforce, Washington, D.C., to president, National Education Knowledge Industry Association, Washington, D.C.

Other Appointments

Denise Glyn Borders, from associate director, Office of Accountability, Assessment, Research and Evaluation, Department of Defense Education Activity, Washington, D.C., to president and chief operating officer, the McKenzie Group Inc. a national education consulting firm, Washington, D.C.

Gene E. Davenport, from president, Teamship Associates, Austin, Texas, to Texas charter school consultant, Education Alternatives Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.

Marc Douglas Glen, law student, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, to the Education Department's Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance, Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth L. Hollander, from executive director, Monsignor John J. Egan Urban Center at DePaul University, to executive director, Campus Compact: The Project for Public and Community Service, Providence, R.I.

Frank S. Holleman III, lawyer, Wyche, Burgess, Freeman, and Parham P.A. law firm, Greenville, S.C., to the Education Department's Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance, Washington, D.C.

David Patrick Nixon, chief executive officer, Zynyx Marketing Communications Inc., Miami Beach, Fla., to president of the board, Dade Public Education Fund, Miami, Fla.

Linda Pfister, from executive vice president, consulting and product services, Wilson Learning Co., Minnepolis, Minn., to vice president, education and career planning, Educational Service, Princeton, N.J.

Martha Smith, from vice president and general manager, product development, Prentice Hall School Division, New York, N.Y., to president.

Retirements and Resignations

Richard F. Barter, headmaster, the Hawken School, Gates Mills, Ohio, has announced that he will resign effective July 1, 1998.

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