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January 23, 2012

WDTI President Decides to Move On

Craig Bailey plans to help launch national educaton laboratory. He leaves WDTI after three years as president.

Craig Bailey, president of Western Dakota Technical Institute (WDTI), has left the institution. Bailey told the Rapid City Journal that he plans to work on the creation of a national education laboratory. Bailey came to WDTI three years ago and has overseen the start of 60,000-square foot, $12.5 million expansion to be completed this fall.

For more information on South Dakota Postsecondary Schools visit the South Dakota Department of Education.

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