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NATIONAL EDUCATION CORP. WILL SELECT NEW TRAINING GROUP PRESIDENT

NATIONAL EDUCATION CORP. WILL SELECT NEW TRAINING GROUP PRESIDENT
 IRVINE, Calif., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- National Education Corp. (NYSE: NEC) today announced that although it expects to report a slight profit for the second quarter ended June 30, results will be negatively impacted by lower than projected revenue at its Chicago- based National Education Training Group (NETG). The company said that, with the exception of its training operation, all of its operating subsidiaries are achieving expectations this year.
 Jerome W. Cwiertnia, National Education Corp.'s president and chief executive officer, said that the company has concluded that its training subsidiary has not been maximizing its opportunities in the marketplace. Accordingly, Ronald Tapper, NETG president, has agreed to step down immediately and, on an interim basis, Randall A. Lipton, a consultant specializing in corporate strategies, will assume the temporary role of general manager responsible for day-to-day operations during the search for a new subsidiary president. Lipton has been instrumental in assisting the group this year with its review of sales and marketing activities.
 In announcing the change, Cwiertnia said that Tapper had made many contributions to the successful operation of the company during his tenure and that under his direction NETG became and continues to remain a cash positive business. He added, however, that NEC has concluded that it was now time to select a president who will initiate new marketing strategies for the subsidiary. Cwiertnia said that, as one of the nation's premier training organizations, NETG is well positioned to take advantage of the many opportunities available in the industry training marketplace.
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 /CONTACT: Corporate communications of National Education Corp., 714-474-9400/
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