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Maryland Manual, 1979-80
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State Agencies
John S. Toll, Sheldon H. Knorr, Steven Muller,
Arthur Dorman
Dr. John Sabatini, Certification Officer
Winfred L. Godwin, President
Sixth Street, N.W.
Atlanta, Ga. 30313 Telephone: (912)875-9211
College Park 20742 Telephone: 454-0100
The Southern Regional Education Board
operates under the terms of the Southern Re-
gional Education Compact of 1949, which the
legislature of Maryland ratified by Chapter
282, Acts of 1949. Thirteen other states have
also ratified the Compact. The purpose of the
Compact is to develop graduate, professional,
and technical education in the South without
unnecessary duplication. The Southern Region-
al Education Board is active in approximately
twenty-five academic fields. It administers the
regional education contracts through which
states lacking schools in certain fields are
able to secure training for their students at
institutions operated either by other states or
by private corporations. The Board also stud-
ies needs and resources in various academic
fields and joins with universities in Memoran-
da of Agreement to plan the development of
specific programs on a regional basis. The
University of Maryland carries on the admin-
istrative work of the Board in Maryland
(Code Education Article, Title 25). The Mary-
land representatives on the Board are the
Governor and four other persons appointed
by him.
Chairperson: Norma C. Day, 1979
Vice-Chairperson: Delores C. Hunt, 1979
John L. Camochan, 1979; Robert W. Cook,
1979; Kermit A. Cottman, 1979; James A.
McComas, Jr„ 1979; Phyllis E. Reed, 1979;
Leonard H. Rosenberg, 1979; William E.
Schweitzer, 1979; Ralph B. Siegal, 1979; Sister
Helen L. Dawson, 1980; George E. Lechlider,
1980; Harold V. Leslie, 1980; Donald Maley,
1980; Martha Marshall, 1980; Joel M. Matz,
1980; Ellen Moyer, 1980; John W. Paul, Jr„
1980; William A. Welch, Sr., 1980; Mary F.
Wise, 1980; J. Donn Aiken, 1981; Susan Butler,
1981; Herbert L. Fishpaw, 1981; Jean R.

Independent Agencies/303
Hebeler, 1981; David F. Johnson, 1981; John J.
Lancaster, Jr„ 1981; Zerita Thomton, 1981;
Paul A. Wageley, 1981.
Michael R. Morton, Executive Director
Richard E. Cross, Associate Director
The Jeffrey Building
16 Francis Street, Room 301
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-2885
This Council, created by Chapter 22, Acts of
1978, consists of twenty-eight members
appointed by the Governor. Members are
chosen from persons who represent and are fa-
miliar with the following areas, agencies, and
institutions: management, labor, agriculture, in-
dustrial and economic development, community
colleges, institutions of higher education, voca-
tional-technical institutions, special vocational
education experience and knowledge, compre-
hensive secondary schools, nonprofit private
schools, vocational education teachers, local ed-
ucational agencies, local school boards. State
Manpower Services Council, disadvantaged, sex
discrimination, handicapped, the general public,
and vocational education students. Members
serve for three-year terms. The Council selects
its own officers.
The Council is required to carry out the fol-
lowing responsibilities: Advise the State Board
of Education in the development and prepara-
tion of the five-year State Plan for Vocational-
Technical Education and the annual program
plan and accountability report; assist the State
Board of Education in the development of plans
for the evaluation of the effectiveness of each
program addressed in the State Plan; advise the
State 1202 Commission in the development and
evaluation of occupational education programs;
evaluate vocational education programs, services,
and activities assisted under Public Law 94-482;
after consultation with the State Manpower
Services Council (a) identify the vocational edu-
cation and employment and training needs of
the State, and (b) assess the extent to which
vocational education, employment training, vo-
cational rehabilitation, and other programs
assisted by the Act represent a consistent, inte-
grated, and coordinated approach to meeting
such needs; monitor program evaluations con-
ducted by the State Board of Education; advise
the State Board of Education on policy matters
arising out of the administration of programs
addressed in the five-year State plan and annual
program plan and accountability report; provide
technical assistance on the establishment

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