Signers of ‘Statement on Genuine Accountability’

January 31, 1990 2 min read

Following is the list of signers of the “Statement on Genuine Accountability” issued last week:

American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, David G. Imig, executive director.

American Federation of Teachers, Albert Shanker, president.

American Reading Council, Julia Palmer, president.

Angelo N. Ancheta, Asian Law Alliance.

    Apple Corps Inc., Alfred E. McWilliams, president; MaryAnne F. Gaunt, executive director.

    Association for Women in Science, Stephanie J. Bird, president.

    Rims Barber, Mississippi Human Services Agenda.

    Diana Caballero, Puerto Rican/ Latino Education Roundtable, New York City.

      Center for Law and Social Policy, Alan W. Houseman, director.

      Center for Women Policy Studies, Leslie R. Wolfe, executive director.

      Council for Basic Education, A. Graham Down, executive director.

      Harold E. Dent, vice president, Psychological and Human Resources Consultants Inc.

      Federation of Organizations for Professional Women.

      Fund for the Feminist Majority, Eleanor Smeal, president.

      Howard Gardner, Project Zero, Harvard University.

        Genesee Valley Developmental Learning Group, New York.

        Leslie A. Hart, Brain-Compatible Education Associates.

        Asa Hilliard 3rd, professor of education, Georgia State University.

          Holt Associates/Growing Without Schooling.

          Institute for Learning and Teaching, Wayne Jennings, director.

          International Reading Association.

          Key-Kids, Education and You, (Beth Bradley, Jenny Coston, Leslie Floyd, Sue Long).

          Massachusetts Advocacy Center, Stephen R. Bing, executive director.

          Matsushita Foundation Inc., Sophie Sa, executive director.

          Samuel J. Meisels, professor of education, University of Michigan.

            Sara E. Melendez, vice provost, University of Bridgeport.

              National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Beverly Cole, education director.

              National Assocation for the Education of Young Children, Susan Bredekamp and Barbara Willer.

              National Association of Elementary School Principals, Samuel G. Sava, executive director.

              National Center for Fair and Open Testing (FairTest), Cinthia Schuman, executive director.

              National Coalition of Title I/Chapter I Parents, Robert Witherspoon, director.

              National Indian Youth Council Inc., Cheryl J. Mann, executive director.

              National pta.

              National Women’s Political Caucus.

              Fred M. Newmann, National Center on Effective Secondary Schools, University of Wisconsin.

                New York Public Interest Research Group.

                Vito Perrone, Harvard University Graduate School of Education.

                  Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund Inc., Ruben Franco, president/general counsel.

                  Lori Rubenstein, Partnership for Democracy.

                    Donald H. Smith, chairman, Department of Education, Baruch College, City University of New York.

                      Southern Association on Children Under Six, Cathy Grace, executive director.

                      Southern Regional Council Inc., Steve Suitts, executive director.

                      Gail E. Thomas, Texas A & M University.

                        United Federation of Teachers (New York City), Sandra Feldman, president.

                        United States Student Association, Julianne Marley, president.

                        Dorothy J. Watson, president, Whole Language Umbrella.

                          Grant Wiggins, Center on Learning, Assessment, and School Structures (class).

                          Arthur E. Wise, director, Center for the Study of the Teaching Profession, rand Corporation.

                          Women’s Research and Education Institute, Betty Parsons Dooley, executive director.

                          • Organization for identification purposes only.

                          A version of this article appeared in the January 31, 1990 edition of Education Week as Signers of ‘Statement on Genuine Accountability’