Literacy Conference: The Federal Perspective
The 1990 Literacy Conference of the American Newspaper Publishers Association Fund heard from Secretary of Labor, Elizabeth Dole and Undersecretary of Education, Ted Sanders. Ms. Dole and Mr. Sanders discussed the necessity of improving education and the problems facing labor in the 1990s. The conference brought together newspaper editors from across the United States and Canada, educators, and community leaders. close
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Forrest Chisman Director Southport Institute for Policy Analysis
- Maddy Corson Representative Guy Gannett Publishing Co.
Elizabeth Dole Secretary Department of Labor
Al Gore Jr. U.S. Senator [D] Tennessee
- Bonnie Guiton Special Adviser Consumer Affairs->President
- Kay Haffey Correspondent Pottsville Republican
- Judith Hines Executive Vice President American Newspaper Publishers Assn.
- Margaret Lesher Spokeswoman Lesher Communications
- James Moroney Jr. Chairman American Newspaper Publishers Assn.
- Ted Sanders Undersecretary Department of Education
- Vince Spezzano Correspondent Gannett News Service->Rochester, NY
- American Newspaper Publishers Assn.American Newspaper Publishers Assn.
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