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- Robert Balfanz A research scientist at the Center for Social Organization of Schools at the School of Arts and Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University
- Bill Milliken Author of "The Last Dropout: Stop the Epidemic!" and founder of Communities in Schools, a community-based organization helping young people stay in school and prepare for life.
- Bob Wise Former Democratic Governor of West Virginia and President of the Alliance for Excellent Education.
- Mark Garber Executive Editor and Vice President of Editorial Operations for Portland Tribune and Community Newspapers
- Holly Kuzmich Deputy Chief of Staff to Education Secretary Margaret Spellings
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