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Education educator

Jon Allan Reyhner, American education educator. Member National Indian Education Association, National Association Bilingual Education.

Background

Reyhner, Jon Allan was born on April 29, 1944 in Fountain Hill, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Theodore O. and Alice Elizabeth (Cornish) Reyhner.

Education

Bachelor, University California, Davis, 1966. Master of Arts, University California, Davis, 1977. Master of Education, Northern Arizona University, 1973.

Educational Specialist, Northern Arizona University, 1977. Doctor of Education, Montana State University, 1984.

Career

Assistant principal, Navajo (New Mexico) Public School, 1975-1977;principal, Wallace School, Parker, Arizona, 1977-1978;principal, Rocky Boy (Montana) School, 1978-1980;principal, Heart Butte (Montana) School, 1982-1984;chief administrator, Havasupai School, Supai, Arizona, 1984-1985;associate professor, Montana State University, Billings, 1986-1995;associate professor, Northern Arizona U., Flagstaff, since 1995. Coordinator Indian teacher training program Eastern Montana College, Billings, 1986.

Works

Membership

Member National Indian Education Association, National Association Bilingual Education.

Connections

Married Helen Marie Bennett, July 15, 1972. Children: Deborah Dawn, Tsosie Dean.

father:
Theodore O. Reyhner

mother:
Alice Elizabeth (Cornish) Reyhner

spouse:
Helen Marie Bennett

children:
Deborah Dawn Reyhner

Tsosie Dean Reyhner