- Cassandra Butts, policy advisor. Obama's friend and Harvard Law School classmate. Previously with the Center for American Progress think tank. Former senior policy adviser to then-House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt.
- Linda Darling-Hammond, education advisor. Professor of education at Stanford University.
- Arne Duncan, education advisor. CEO of the public school system in Chicago.
- Heather Higginbottom, senior policy strategist, former national policy director on John Kerry's presidential campaign
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