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Dr. Mary Anne Rust: Clinical psychologist and expert on career strategies. She founded the Success Training Institute in Woodland Hills. Clinical psychologist and expert on career strategies. She founded the Success Training Institute in Woodland Hills. Todd Nelson: Executive Vice President of the University of Phoenix, one of the largest private universities in the United States with 41,800 students, and campuses in 14 states and Puerto Rico. Dr. Brian Mitchell: President of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania, the second largest such association in the country. His organization recently undertook a comprehensive survey of their liberal arts graduates. Dr. Roger Schank: Director of the Institute for the Learning Sciences at Northwestern University and one of the world's leaders in the field of artificial intelligence and multimedia-based interactive job training. Charlie Kolb: President of Committee for Economic Development, a research and policy organization in New York and Washington D.C. Previously, he served as General Counsel to United Way of America and as deputy assistant for domestic policy in the Bush administration. He recently testified for the National Commission on the Cost of Higher Education. President of Committee for Economic Development, a research and policy organization in New York and Washington D.C. Previously, he served as General Counsel to United Way of America and as deputy assistant for domestic policy in the Bush administration. He recently testified for the National Commission on the Cost of Higher Education. Dr. John Ellis: Secretary Treasurer of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics, an organization of reform-minded liberal arts scholars. Previously a professor of German Literature at Santa Cruz among other universities and author of nine books, most recently "Literature Lost: Social Agendas and Corruption of the Humanities." Secretary Treasurer of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics, an organization of reform-minded liberal arts scholars. Previously a professor of German Literature at Santa Cruz among other universities and author of nine books, most recently "Literature Lost: Social Agendas and Corruption of the Humanities." Professor Jim Engell: Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Harvard University since 1978. He has chaired the interdisciplinary "History and Literature" department, and is currently on leave finishing a book entitled, "The Committed Word: Literature and Public Values" to be published next year. George Kieffer: Chair of the appointed charter reform commission. Chair of the appointed charter reform commission. Bill Hauck: Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of California State University and the President of the California Business Roundtable. Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of California State University and the President of the California Business Roundtable.

topic: Charter Reform

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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