New dean for Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture has hired a new dean.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation announced Monday that Aaron Betsky will oversee the prestigious school's academics and finances.

Betsky most recently was director of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

He begins his new job immediately and takes over for Victor Sidy, who has led the school through previous accreditation and leadership issues since 2005.

Sidy announced more than a year ago that he wished to go into private practice.

The school has campuses in Scottsdale, Arizona and Spring Green, Wisconsin.

It is exclusive with about 20 students in the masters of architecture program at a time.

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