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Bush nominates Carr to education board


President George W. Bush announced Dec. 3 the nomination of James W. Carr to a four-year term on the National Security Education Board. Carr is executive vice president of Harding University, Searcy, Ark.
The National Security Education Board consists of six cabinet-level members and six appointees of the president. The Senate must confirm all nominations, said David Crouch, Harding director of public relations.
The board’s mission is to educate U.S. citizens about foreign cultures, strengthen U.S. economic competitiveness, and augment international cooperation and security.

Carr has been a Harding administrator since 1987. Before his Harding tenure, he was an executive with the American College Testing (ACT) Program for 11 years.

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