Teacher; teacher educator. Born– June 15, 1929, Cottonville. Parents– Percy T. and Marjorie (Edmonds) Barnard. Married– Wanda Hyde, December 7, 1950. Children– Two. Education– University of North Alabama, B.S., 1950; University of Alabama, M.A., 1954, Ed.D., 1959; additional study at Harvard University, 1955; Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt, 1976. Served in the U.S. Army, 1950-1952; taught in the public schools of Orlando, Fla., 1953-1956; teaching fellow at the University of Alabama, 1957-1959; research assistant and clerk of the Subcommittee on Special Education, U.S. House of Representatives, 86th Congress, 1959-1960; taught at Rutgers University, 1960-1966; taught at the University of Kentucky after 1966. After 1977, Associate Dean for Teacher Education and director of the overseas student teaching program.


Book jacket for Tattered Volunteers; files at Alabama Public Library Service; and Harry V. Barnard, Lexington, Ky.


Tattered Volunteers; the Twenty-seventh Alabama Infantry Regiment C.S.A. Northport, Ala.; Hermitage Press, 1965.


Orange Study of Curriculum and School Buildings. New Brunswick, N.J.; Rutgers University Division of Field Studies and Research, 1966.


Urbanization–Some Educational Implications; Twenty-ninth Yearbook of the New Jersey Secondary School Teachers Association. Plainfield, N.J.; The Association, 1974.