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In the Schools

Eric Keitel, from director of family education, Brandeis Hillel Day School, San Francisco, Calif., to director, Jewish Day School of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, Calif.

In the States

Jim Maxwell, from superintendent, Lane Education Service District, Ore., to associate superintendent for the Oregon State Board of Education relations.

In the Associations

William J. Grobe, principal, Mill Middle School, Williamsville, N.Y., Central School District, to president, School Administrators Association of New York State.

Other Appointments

Joan Chikos Auchter, from director of test development and administration, West Virginia state department of education, Charleston, to director, General Educational Development testing service, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C.

Hector Garza, from director, office of minorities in higher education, American Council on Education, Washington, to vice president, access and equity programs.

Frank Gatti, from corporate vice president, financial management, New York Times Company, New York City, to vice president and treasurer/chief financial officer, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J.

Walt Grebing, founder and co-director, Boulder National Nuts and Bolts Symposium for Middle Level Educators, Colo., to president, National Middle Schools Association, Columbus, Ohio.

Terry W. Hartle, from vice president and director, division of governmental relations, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., to senior vice president and director, division of governmental and public affairs.

James J. Murray III, from director, division of advancement, membership, and publications, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., to vice president, external affairs.

Marion E. Payne, principal, Mount View Middle School, Howard County, Md., to president-elect, National Middle School Association, Columbus, Ohio.

Edward F. Reidy Jr., from deputy commissioner of the Bureau of Learning Results, Kentucky Department of Education, Frankfort, to program officer for education, Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia, Pa.

Susan P. Robinson, from director, outreach and communications, Center for Adult Learning and Educational Credentials, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., to vice president and director of the Center.

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