Educator. Born– Dec. 31, 1922, Cambridge, Mass. Parents– John Fitch and Hilda (Clark) King. Married– Mary Louise Mears, June 21, 1944. Children– Two. Education– Williams College, A.B., 1943; Harvard University, M.A., 1950, Ed.D., 1958. U.S. Navy Submarine Service, 1943-1946; high school teacher, South Byfield, Mass., 1946-1948; director, Office of Tests, Harvard, 1952-1954; assistant director, College Entrance Examination Board, 1954-1956; associate director of admissions and financial aid, Harvard, 1956-1960; director, Office for Graduate Career Plans, Harvard, 1960-1966; lecturer in education and research associate, Center for the Study of Education and Development, 1963-1970; coordinator of a high school project in Nigeria, 1963-1964; field director of a Central American project in higher education, 1964-1965; taught, University of Alabama in Birmingham, 1970-.  Member American Statistical Association; National Council on Measurement in Education; American Association for the Advancement of Science; American Education Studies Association; Psychometrice Society; Alabama Education Association.  Consultant to the Ford Foundation.


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The Technology of Instruction in Mexican Universities. New York; Education and World Affairs, 1968.

The Provincial Universities of Mexico; an Analysis of Growth and Development. New York; Praeger, 1971.