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Lyman V. Ginger, the president of the National Education Association in 1957 and 1958 and a longtime Kentucky educator, died of complications from pneumonia March 1. He was 91.

In addition to serving as a teacher and principal in Kentucky schools, Mr. Ginger also served as Kentucky's superintendent of public instruction from 1972 to 1976, as the dean of the University of Kentucky's college of education, and two terms as the president of the Kentucky Education Association. Mr. Ginger was also the president of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, and in 1973, he was named the secretary of the Kentucky Education and Arts Cabinet.


Vol. 18, Issue 27, Page 4

Published in Print: March 17, 1999, as Milestones
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