Born the son of a Columbia College dean and Carnegie Corporation president, Francis Keppel spent all of his 73 years involved in education. His career posts included dean of the Harvard University Graduate School of Education, U.S. commissioner of education and assistant secretary for Health, Education and Welfare. He also directed the Aspen Institute’s education policy program, and was overseer and senior lecturer at Harvard University. Keppel died in 1990.

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