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Speakers

Michael Allen, Policy Analyst, Education Commission of the States

Mark Alter, Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning, New York University School of Education

Governor Gaston Caperton, Former governor of West Virginia, and President of the College Board

Luis Castro, Director of Policy Education and Workforce Development at the New York City Partnership

Janet Chrispeels, Director, The California Center for Effective Schools

Velma Cobb, Director, Educational Youth Development Policy and Research at the National Urban League

Gail Collins, New York Times columnist

Noreen Connell, Executive Director, Education Priorities Panel

Ann Cook, Co-director, Urban Academy

Sandra Feldman, President, American Federation of Teachers

Frederick Frelow, Director, Urban Initiatives, National Commission on Teaching & America's Future

Norm Fruchter, Director, Institute for Education and Social Policy 

Governor Jim Geringer (Wyoming), Chair, Education Commission of the States

Carol Gresser, Former President, New York City Board of Education

Molly Hunter, Director of Legal Research at the Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.

Jean Johnson, Executive Vice President of Public Agenda

Harold Levy, Interim Chancellor, New York City Public Schools

Ann Lieberman, Senior Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

Alan Lubin, Executive Vice President, New York State United Teachers

Cynthia McCallister, NYU Spencer Grant Planning Team Member

Deborah Meier, Principal, Mission Hill School, Boston Public Schools; and founder of the Central Park East schools

Maria Neira, Assistant to the UFT President on Education Issues

Honorable Major Owens, Congressperson

Michael Rebell, Executive Director, Campaign For Fiscal Equity, Inc.

Luis Reyes, Member (former), New York City Board of Education

Darlene Robles, Salt Lake City Superintendent of Schools

Steven Sanders, Chair, Education Committee, New York State Assembly

Tom Sobol, Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University and former New York State Commissioner of Education

Harry Spence, Deputy Chancellor for Operations, New York City Public Schools 

Randi Weingarten, President, United Federation of Teachers

 

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