John Ivey had a position (Former Dean Education) at Michigan State University

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Title Former Dean Education
Start Date 1961-00-00
End Date 1976-00-00
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Notes In 1957, Ivey left the SREB to become executive vice–president at New York University. After two years at NYU, Ivey left to join the faculty at Michigan State University, where he became dean of the College of Education in 1961. While at Michigan state, he founded the Learning Resources Institute, which promoted the use of multimedia in education, and the Midwest Project on Airborne Television Instruction, which broadcast courses to rural schools via airborne transmitters in the same manner as satellite television would in the future. Ivey remained at Michigan State until 1976, when he retired to Chapel Hill, North Carolina.[3]

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