William Carr,95, an educator who brought an international...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

March 10, 1996

William Carr,95, an educator who brought an international outlook to his 15 years as executive secretary of the National Education Association, died March 1 at a hospice in Denver.

A native of England who saw the world as his classroom and the body politic as his class, he spent most of his career with the National Education Association, the group representing teachers, administrators and other school personnel. He was its executive secretary, the chief administrator, from 1952 to 1967.

Jean Margaret Maxwell,81, who helped establish the New York School of Social Work at New York University in the 1950s and the San Diego State University School of Social Work in the 1960s, died Feb. 22 at the Casa de Manana retirement community in San Diego.

Pub Date: 3/10/96

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