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- Charles J. "Chuck" Saylors President, National Parent Teacher Association
- Michael Alison Chandler Reporter, Washington Post
- Christine A. Woyshner Associate Professor of Education, Temple University; author, "The National Parent-Teacher Association, Race, and Civic Engagement, 1897-1970" (The Ohio State University Press)
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