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ADDENDA AND ERRATA 961
District 8: Paul J. Feeley
District 9: Not yet appointed
District 10: Bernard F. Goldberg
District II: William R. Leckemby, Jr.
District 12; Paul J. Stakem
p. 241 Under Chesapeake Bay Inter-Agency Committee, delete the
words State Department of Health after Secretary of Health
and Mental Hygiene.
p. 242 Under Maryland Commission on the Capital City, read Vice
Admiral James F. Calvert, Superintendent of the United States
Naval Academy.
p. 246 Under the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, the
fourth line of the first paragraph should read the Division of
Economic Development, then the Department of Economic
Development sponsored the Council and assisted in its forma-
tion.
p. 249 Under the Maryland Council on Higher Education, delete
Lincoln Gordon, 1974 and add Marilyn R. Goldwater, 1974.
p. 260 Under Inter-Agency Committee for School Construction read
Alford R. Carey, Jr., Executive Secretary.
p. 263 Under State Scholarship Board, read Mrs. John E. Hess, 1975
in place of Vacancy.
p. 266 Under Board of Visitors of Salisbury State College, the term
of Elwood M. Jones now expires in 1976.
p. 267 Add the following:
COPPIN STATE COLLEGE
Calvin W. Burnett, Ph.D., President
2500 W. North Avenue, Baltimore 21216 Telephone: 383-5910
The Board of School Commissioners of Baltimore City estab-
lished the State Teachers College of Baltimore (Coppin) in
1900 and operated it until the State assumed control by Chap-
ter 296, Acts of 1951, The school became a separate institution
in 1909 and received its present name in honor of Fannie
Jackson Coppin, a former slave who had purchased her freedom
and became the first Negro woman in the United States to
receive a college degree. By Chapter 41, Acts of 1963, the
college was changed from a teachers college to a State college
with the authority to institute liberal arts programs. The
college provides a four-year curriculum for training teachers
in several fields—elementary, secondary (with major in Eng-
lish, biology, history, chemistry, general science or social
studies) and Special Education (teaching mentally retarded or
children with speech and hearing difficulties). There is also a
liberal arts program with majors in English, history, social
science, chemistry, biology, and general science. Both Bachelor
of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are granted, together
with the Master's degree in Special Education. The enrollment
of the college for the 1968-69 year was 660 including the
evening school.

 
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