Hans Grosheide

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Hans Grosheide
Hans Grosheide 1963 (1).jpg
Hans Grosheide in 1963
Extraordinary Member
of the Council of State
In office
1 February 1993 – 1 September 2000
Vice PresidentWillem Scholten
(1993–1997)
Herman Tjeenk Willink
(1997–2000)
Mayor of Rijswijk
In office
1 February 1974 – 1 July 1978
Preceded byArchibald Bogaardt
Succeeded byHenk Zeevalking
State Secretary for Justice
In office
28 July 1971 – 11 May 1973
Prime MinisterBarend Biesheuvel
Preceded byKlaas Wiersma
Succeeded byJan Glastra van Loon
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
11 May 1971 – 28 July 1971
Parliamentary groupAnti-Revolutionary Party
State Secretary for
Education and Sciences
In office
14 April 1965 – 6 July 1971
Prime Minister
See list
Preceded byHimself
as State Secretary for Education,
Culture and Sciences
Succeeded byKees Schelfhout
State Secretary for Education,
Arts and Sciences
In office
3 September 1963 – 14 April 1965
Serving with Louis van de Laar
Prime MinisterVictor Marijnen
Preceded byHarry Janssen
Ynso Scholten
Succeeded byHimself
as State Secretary for Education
and Sciences
Personal details
Born
Johan Hendrik Grosheide

(1930-08-06) 6 August 1930 (age 91)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
NationalityDutch
Political partyChristian Democratic Appeal
(from 1980)
Other political
affiliations
Anti-Revolutionary Party
(until 1980)
RelationsDaniël Grosheide (brother)
Wim Schut (uncle)
Alma materVrije Universiteit Amsterdam
(Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws)
OccupationPolitician · Civil servant · Jurist · Corporate director · Nonprofit director · Education administrator · Teacher · Editor · Author

Johan Hendrik "Hans" Grosheide (born 6 August 1930) is a retired Dutch politician.

Grosheide worked as a teacher and education administrator for Protestant Reformed special schools from November 1954 until September 1963.

After the election of 1963 Grosheide was appointed as State Secretary for Education, Arts and Sciences, taking office on 3 September 1963 until the cabinet formation of 1965.

He was State Secretary for Education and Sciences, taking office on 14 April 1965.

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