GSC Taps New Leader, Testing Goes Dutch, Palmer Raids

Comings and Goings …

The University System of New Hampshire selected UNH Vice President for Student and Academic Services Mark Rubinstein to be the next president of Granite State College, effective March 31.

ACT named Cito leader Marten Roorda to be its next CEO, succeeding Jon Whitmore, who is retiring in the fall. Cito is a nonprofit test publishing company based in the Netherlands.

Iris Palmer, whose policy work has included stints at the National Governors Association, the U.S. Department of Education, HCM Strategists and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, joined the New America Foundation as an education policy analyst, focusing on performance-based funding, statewide data systems and student financial aid.


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