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- Sam Chaltain Education writer and strategic communications consultant; author of "Our School: Searching for Community in the Era of Choice" (Spring 2014)
- June Ahn Professor, College of Information Studies and the College of Education, University of Maryland, College Park.
- Terri Schwartzbeck Chair, Arlington Superintendent's Advisory Committee on Technology; Senior Digital Outreach Associate, Alliance for Excellent Education
- Lindsey Tepe Policy Analyst, Education Policy Program, New America Foundation
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