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Posted at 11:48 AM ET, 07/29/2010

Hatrick takes over national school group

By Washington Post editors

Loudoun County schools superintendent Edgar B. Hatrick III Thursday became president of the American Association of School Administrators.

He takes the helm of the association, which represents 13,000 educational leaders worldwide, as Congress is set to reconsider federal education legislation. "I learned long ago that if we frame our decisions in what is right for children, we cannot fail," he said in a statement.

Hatrick became superintendent of Loudoun schools in 1991, and has managed the school system through an era defined by rapid growth, as the county evolved from a rural outpost to a bustling suburb.

--Michael Alison Chandler

By Washington Post editors  | July 29, 2010; 11:48 AM ET
Categories:  Virginia  
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