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Ronald Jack Baillie

Ronald Jack Baillie, American computer education consulting company executive. Member International Council for Computers in Education, Association for Computing Machinery, Computer Learning Educators in the Allegheny Region (director 1984).

Background

  • Baillie, Ronald Jack was born on October 31, 1952 in Pittsburgh. Son of Jack Brant and Gladys Bertha (Spalick) Baillie.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Pittsburgh, 1974. Master of Science, Johns Hopkins. University, 1978.

    Career

    • Teacher mathematics, science and gifted coordinator Swissvale Schools, Pittsburgh, 1974-1977. Curriculum specialist Allegheny Intermediate Unit, 1978-1983. President R.J. Baillie & Associates, 1977.

      Director exhibits, programs, and technical services Buhl Science Center, 1983, director education, chief program officer, 2004-2009. Director Carnegie Museum Pittsburgh, 20090-. Author: Take A Byte, 1980.

      Regional editor The Educational Networker, Farmington, 1984. Named 2001 Man of Year in Education, Vector's Pittsburgh. Member International Council for Computers in Education, Association for Computing Machinery, Computer Learning Educators in the Allegheny Region (director 1984).

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    Membership

    Member International Council for Computers in Education, Association for Computing Machinery, Computer Learning Educators in the Allegheny Region (director 1984).

    Personality

    Interests

    Skiing; backpacking; history.

    Connections

    • Children– Jessica Lee, Jonathon Cayton.
    • father: Jack Brant Baillie
    • mother: Gladys Bertha (Spalick) Baillie
    • children: Jessica Lee Baillie
    • Jonathon Cayton Baillie
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    Born October 31, 1952
    (age 64)
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