John Ivey has/had a position (Creator) at Learning Resources Institute

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Notes After spending two years in the late 1950s as executive vice president of New York University, he became the founding president of two educational organizations: the Learning Resources Institute, which promoted the use of films, radio, and television in education, and the Midwest Project on Airborne Television Instruction. A precursor of today`s satellite telecasts, the Midwest Project used transmitters on airplanes to beam courses to rural Midwest schools. Mr. Ivey later became a professor and dean of the College of Education at Michigan State University, where he retired in 1976.

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