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Bess Altwerger: Recently retired professor of education and author of Reading for Profit: How the Bottom Line Leaves Kids Behind, member of Save Our Schools‘ Steering Committee.
Ken Archer: Education observer and advocate, writer for Greater Greater Washington.
Jonetta Rose Barras: Columnist at The Washington Post, formerly at the Washington Examiner.
Matthew Frumin: Education advocate, 18-year DC public school parent, Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner former candidate for DC Council.
Denisha Jones: Howard University professor and activist who helps organize the BadAss Teachers Association.
Morna McDermott: Teacher educator and blogger at Education Alchemy, member of Saving Our Schools‘ Steering Committee; administrator for United Opt Out: Ending Corporate Reform of Public Education.”
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Seema Sadanandan: Organizer/filmmaker/lawyer who uses art and media as a vehicle for social transformation, program director at the American Civil Liberties Union-National Capital Area, where she works on School-to-Prision pipeline issues.
Deborah Simmons: Long-time, sharp observer of DC’s education landscape, award-winning correspondent with the Washington Times, and regular voice on The Education Town Hall.
Eboni-Rose Thompson: Chair of the Ward 7 Education Council, program specialist with Save the Children, overseeing early childhood and school-age programs in the District, and writer for Greater Greater Education.
Iris Toyer: Long-time education advocate and former member of DC board of education, regional student development director at A+ Tutor U.
Virginia Spatz, feature reporter; Thomas Byrd, host; Zakiya Lewis, intern
Founder and host of the Education Town Hall. Long-time education advocate, alumnus and active volunteer of Ballou Senior High School in DCPS, chair of the Ward 8 (DC) Education Council, and former staff member of the DC Parent Information Resource Center.
Feature reporter for the Education Town Hall. Education activist and journalist whose work often appears in East of the River. Bio on AboutMe