n -Position: President and founder, Center for Equal Opportunity, 1995 to present.
Education: B.A., English, University of Colorado, 1970.
Other experience: Lobbyist, National Education Association, 1974-1975; lobbyist, American
Federation of Teachers, 1974-1977; editor, AFT's American Educator, 1977-1983; assistant to longtime AFT President Albert Shanker, 1982-1984; staff director, U.S.Commission on Civil Rights, 1983-1985; director, White House office of public liaison, 1985; U.S. expert, United Nations Subcommission on Human Rights, 1992-1996; president, U.S. English, organization promoting English as the nation's official language, 1987-1988; senior fellow, Manhattan Institute, 1989-1994.
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