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Test-Prep Founder Dies

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Stanley H. Kaplan, the founder of the nations first test-preparation company, died Aug. 23. He was 90 and died of heart failure in New York City. Mr. Kaplan started what became the Stanley H. Kaplan Educational Centers Ltd. from his parents Brooklyn home in 1938. It later became a national chain of more than 100 centers.

Vol. 29, Issue 02, Page 5

Published in Print: September 2, 2009, as Test-Prep Founder Dies
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