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Participants at White House Presummit Meetings

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Washington--Participants in the Sept. 20 presummit meeting at the White House with President Bush and Secretary of Education Lauro F. Cavazos were:

John H. Sununu, White House chief of staff; Roger B. Porter, White House domestic-policy adviser; Lamar Alexander, president, University of Tennessee; Ernest L. Boyer, president, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; John Chubb, senior fellow, Brookings Institution.

James P. Comer, professor of child psychology, Yale University; the Rev. George E. Conway, headmaster, St. Ann's Belfield School; David Gardner, president, University of California; David Hamburg, president, Carnegie Corporation of New York; William Milliken, president, Cities in Schools.

Joe Nathan, senior fellow, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota; Paul O'Neill, chief executive officer, Aluminum Company of America; Frank Rhodes, president, Cornell University; Theodore R. Sizer, chairman, Coalition of Essential Schools, Brown University.

Participants in the Sept. 21 presummit meeting at the White House with Roger B. Porter, domestic-policy adviser, and Gregg Petersmeyer, deputy assistant for national service were:

Veronica Gouabault, Eastern regional manager, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Randolph Hale, vice president, the National Association of Manufacturers; Judith Irwin, representing the Business/Higher Education Forum; Jeffery Joseph, vice president, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Thomas Keene, representing the Council on Competitiveness.

William H. Kolberg, president, National Alliance of Business; Leonard Lund, senior research associate, The Conference Board; Charles McKittrick, representing the Business Roundtable; Barry Rogstad, president, the American Business Conference.

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