2 Administrators Receive New Jobs
The trfers ofvo Ann ArBor School" District administrators have been announced by Supt. Bruce McPherson. James C. Buntin has been named director of multi-ethnic studies and Harold Fillyaw has been appointed director of reading staff development. In his new post, Dr. Buntin will assume responsibility for the further organization, planning and implementation of the multi-ethnic program currently in effect. He will direct the activities funded by the $270,000 grant obtained recently under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and will be responsible for reporting progress of the grant's application. Fillyaw will be responsible for the establishment of reading workshops and in-service training in the reading area for teachers and administrators. He will also review new materials and recommend appropriate selections and provide periodic status reports of reading programs. For the past two years, Dr. Buntin was director of personnel administration for the district while Fillyaw has served as interim principal at Mack Elementary School since last November. Fillyaw had been a group worker at Mack for a year prior to his appointment as interim principal. Dr. Buntin recently completed his doctoral program in educational psychology at the University. He received his BS degree from Springfield, Mass. College in 1949 and was awarded an MEd degree by the University of Arizona in 1954. Dr. Buntin served in various capacities fot1 the Stockton, Calif., Unified School District from 1954 to 1969. Fillyaw expects to complete his doctoral studies this year, also at the Unversity. He received his MA there in 1969 and was awarded his BS by Fayetteville, N. C, State University in 1965. Fillyaw began teaching in 1965 at Pontiac.
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