Members of the Task Force

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Members of the Carnegie Forum's "Task Force on Teaching as a Profession" include:

Lewis M. Branscomb, chief scientist of the International Business Machines Corporation, chairman; Alan K. Campbell, executive vice president of ara Inc., Philadelphia; Mary Hatwood Futrell, president, National Education Association; John W. Gardner, former Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and founder of the Independent Sector; Fred M. Hechinger, president of the New York Times Company Foundation Inc.; Bill Honig, California's superintendent of public instruction; James B. Hunt, former governor of North Carolina and a lawyer with the firm Spruill & Spruill; Vera Katz, speaker of the Oregon House of Representatives; Gov. Thomas H. Kean of New Jersey; Judith Lanier, dean, college of education, Michigan State University; Arturo Madrid, president, the Tomas Rivera Center, Claremont (Calif.) Graduate School; Shirley M. Malcom, program head, office of opportunities in science, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Ruth E. Randall, Minnesota's commissioner of education; and Albert Shanker, president of the American Federation of Teachers.

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