Bachelor of Science, Marquette University, 1959. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1976.
Editor, Morrison Public Company, Milwaukee, 1959-1960;
teacher, St. Teresa's High School, Decatur, Illinois, 1961-1962;
teacher, Lansdowne (Maryland.) Senior High School, 1964-1966;
master teacher, team leader, National Teacher Corps, Washington, 1966-1967;
teacher, Lincoln Junior High School, Washington, 1967-1968;
assistant professor, Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Missouri, 1976-1978;
teacher education center coordinator, U. Maryland., College Pk., 1978-1981;
consultant in teacher education, Maryland. State Department of Education, Baltimore, 1981-1987;
associate executive director, National Foundation for Improvement of Education, Washington, 1987;
executive director, Pennsylvania Academy for Profession of Teaching, Harrisburg, since 1988. Member Pennsylvania Institute Support Svc.
Advisory Board, Harrisburg, 1990-1993, Pennsylvania Governor'sSch. for Teaching Advisory Board, 1990-1993, Learning Project Advisory Board, Harrisburg, 1990-1993, Pennsylvania Lead Teacher Advisory Board, Harrisburg, 1990-1993.
Member Association Teacher Education, American Association Higher Education, Pennsylvania Association Colleges, American Education Research Association.
Married J. Michael, September 5, 1959. Children: John, Peter, Jolyn.