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Richard T.Ewing
发表时间:2010/10/11    责任编辑:administrator

Richard Ewing is the head of Norwood School in Bethesda, MD, a position he has held for more than 20 years. He is a graduate of Yale University and earned a doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Richard has experience serving on the boards of several area independent schools as well as local and national educational associations. He currently serves as a board member and secretary/treasurer of the Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington (AISGW) and as a board member and treasurer of the Elementary School Heads Association (ESHA).

Dick Ewing, Head of School Dick was first a member of the Norwood faculty as a sixth grade teacher from 1977-1980. After leaving to pursue two years of full-time graduate study, he returned to Norwood in 1982 as Administrative Director. In 1983 he was appointed Head of School and has served in that capacity since then. Dick is a graduate of Yale University and holds an M.Ed. from the University of Virginia and an Ed.D. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is active in regional and national professional associations and has served on the boards of several area independent schools. He and his wife, Jane, enjoy spending time with their two children, Tucker and John, both Norwood School graduates, and antiquing.
Employment History
            Norwood School
Board Memberships and Affiliations
            Board Member
            Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington
            Board of Trustees Member
            Norwood School
            ESHA Stats Committee Chair
            Norwood School
            Stats Committee Chair
            ESHA
            Treasurer
            ESHA
            Board Member and Treasurer
            Elementary School Heads Association
Education
            Yale University
            Ed.D. 
            Harvard Graduate School of Education
            M.Ed. 
            University of Virginia

 
 
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