LEHRER, Stanley. American, b. 1929. Genres: Education, History, Sociology, Theology/Religion, Biography. Career: Youth Service Ed., Open Road Magazine, NYC, 1950-51; Managing Ed., 1953-68, and Publr., 1968-72, School & Society Magazine, NYC; Founder, Publr., Intellect Magazine, 1972-78; Founder, Publr. and Editorial Director, USA Today Magazine, 1978-99, Newsview, 1979-99, Your Health, 1980-99, and The World of Science, 1980-99. President, Society for the Advancement of Education, NYC, 1968-99. Publications: Leaders, Teachers, and Learners in Academe: Partners in the Educational Process, 1970; (co-author) Titanic: Fortune & Fate, 1998. EDITOR: The Countdown on Segregated Education, 1960; Religion, Government, and Education, 1961; John Dewey: Master Educator, 1961; A Century of Higher Education: Classical Citadel to Collegiate Colossus, 1962; Automation, Education, and Human Values, 1966; Conflict and Change on the Campus: The Response to Student Hyperactivism, 1970; Education and the Many Faces of the Disadvantaged: Cultural and Historical Perspectives, 1972. Address: 82 Shelbourne Ln, New Hyde Park, NY 11040-1044, U.S.A.