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Neal Kenyon Bachman, Born: Iowa City, August 10, 1950Librarian ( hum: library)librarian. Recipient Malcolm Parent-Teacher Organisation certified of recognition, 1981.


Bachman, Neal Kenyon was born on August 10, 1950 in Iowa City. Son of Neal and Esther Elaine (Archer) Bachman.


Bachelor of Music in Education, University Nebraska, 1972. Master of Education, University Nebraska, 1978. Certified in distance education, Indiana University, 2002.


Teacher instrumental and vocal music Osceola (Nebraska) Schools, 1972-1973. Band director Elkhorn (Nebraska) Public Schools, 1973-1975. Retail salesman Musicland, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1975-1976.

Media specialist Malcolm (Nebraska) Public Schools, 1978-1983. Library Clarinda (Iowa) High School, 1983-1985, Eisenhower School, Fort Leavenworth (Kansas) Unified Schools, 1985-1991. Substitute teacher Blue Valley (Kansas) School District, 1991-1992.

Substitute library Kansas City (Kansas) Public Library., 1992-1994. Library assistant University Kansas Medical Center, 1993-1994. Library Atchison Catholic Elementary School, Kansas, 1994-1995.

Substitute teacher Olathe (Kansas) District Schools, 1995-1996. Coordinator elementary library media Liberal (Kansas) Unified Schools, 1996-2001. Library Arkansas City (Kansas) Unified Schools, since 2001.

Instructor Fort Hays State University, 1997. Visiting instructor University Nebraska-Lincoln, 1982.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member Discovery Expedition of St. Charles, Missouri, since 1996. Member Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Leader award, president school media technical division since 2003), Kansas Association for Educational Communications and Technology (board directors 1999-2001, president-elect 2001, president 2002-2003), Kansas School Library. Media Directors (co-chair 2000-2001), Kansas Association School Libraries, Malcolm Education Association (president 1980-1981), Nebraska Alumni Band (charter), Nebraska Educational Media Association (director 1982-1983), Phi Delta Kappa.


Neal Bachman

Esther Elaine (Archer) Bachman