The Common Core Workforce Supporters

These are the National Skills Coalition and other parts of the Cradle to Career plot of the Common Core educrats.

National Skills Coalition Buddies

Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Ford Foundation

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Joyce Foundation

JP Morgan Chase

J.M. Kaplan Fund

Lumina Foundation

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Surdna Foundation

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

WKF Giving Fund

USA Funds

 

The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.

 

Source:  http://www.nationalskillscoalition.org/about/funders

National Advisory Panel Buddies

Business Leaders United for Workforce PartnershipsCommission on Adult Basic EducationNational Youth Employment CoalitionNational Council of La RazaNational Council on Workforce EducationWorkforce Data Quality CampaignNational Fund for Workforce Solutions, and Young Invincibles.

Source:  http://www.nationalskillscoalition.org/about/advisory-panels

National Fund for Workforce Solutions Buddies

JPMorgan Chase & Co

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, INC

WK Kellog Foundation

Prudential

The Hitatchi Foundation

The Joyce Foundation

The Anne E Casey Foundation

Corporation for National & Community Service

Source: https://nationalfund.org/about/our-investors/

Supporters of the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act

100 Black Men of America, Inc.
AASA, the School Superintendents Association
ACE Clearwater
ACT, Inc.
Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce
Aeronautical Repair Station Association
AHRI
Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association
Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education
Alabama Technology Network
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Allegheny Conference on Community Development
Alloy Engineering Co. Inc.
AMD, Inc
American Architectural Manufacturers Association
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
American Bakers Association
American Composites Manufacturers Association
American Federation of Teachers
American Foundry Society
American Society for Engineering Education
American Society of Employers
American Welding Society
AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology
Application Developers Alliance
Applied Materials, Inc
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Arizona Technology Council
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce / Associated Industries of Arkansas
Arrow Gear Company
Associated Equipment Distributors
Associated General Contractors
Association for Career and Technical Education
Association for Manufacturing Excellence
Association for Talent Development
Association of Global Automakers
Association of Washington Business
AT&F Co.
Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Austin Affordable Housing Corp
Austin Affordable Housing Corporation and Austin Pathways.
Austin Chamber of Commerce
Austin Free-Net
Austin Pathways
Austin Semiconductor
Aviation Technician Education Council
Banner Metals Group, Inc.
Baton Rouge Area Chamber of Commerce
Battelle
Baut Studios, Inc
Bentonville Casting Co., Inc.
Bison Gear and Engineering
Bixel Exchange
Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council
BookSpring
Bosch
Bridgeport Fittings, Inc.
Building Contractors Association of Westchester and Mid-Hudson Region, Inc.
Business Council of Alabama
California STEM Learning Network
Cameron Manufacturing & Design, Inc.
Capital Region (NY) Chamber.
Career & Technology Association of Texas
Carpenter District Council of St. Louis Missouri
Caterpillar, Inc.
Center for Economic Growth
Center for Employment Training
Central Hudson Gas & Electric
CEO Council for Growth
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
Chemcut Corporation
Chobani
Citizen Schools
Click Bond, Inc.
Collaborative for Children
Colonial Circuits Inc.
Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry
Colorado Business Roundtable
Colorado Technology Association
Colortech, Inc
Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc. (Louisiana)
Communities In Schools of Mid-America, Inc.
CompTIA
Connecticut Business & Industry Association
Connecticut Technology Council
Construction Industry Council of Westchester and Hudson Valley, Inc.
Corning Area Chamber of Commerce
Cortland County Chamber of Commerce
Council of Industry of Southeastern New York
CTE – Carpenters District Council of Greater St. Louis
BookSpring
Cyberways and Waterways
Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce
Dell Inc.
Deloitte, LLP
Delta Systems
Dept of Elementary & Secondary Educ – Pathways to Prosperity Kansas/Missouri Regional
Council
Duer/Carolina Coil Inc.
Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Dutchess County Workforce Investment Board
Eaton
EDGE
Education Foundation of Harris County
Elance-oDesk, Inc.
Ellwood Group, Inc.
Emerson
EntreEd, The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education
EXACTO, INC. OF SOUTH BEND
Flowing Wells School District
Forging Industry Association
Freescale
Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce
G&D Integrated
General & Automotive Machine Shop, Inc.
General Aviation Manufacturers Association
General Equipment and Supplies
Genesee County Chamber of Commerce
Genesys Works
Georgia Association of Manufacturers
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Global Cold Chain Alliance
GLOBALFOUNDRIES
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Dubuque Development Corporation
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Greater North Dakota Chamber
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce
Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Greno Industries Inc.
Guntert & Zimmerman
Heart of Florida United Way
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hi-Lex
Hillside Family of Agencies
Honda North America, Inc.
Houston Area Urban League
Houston Area Urban League
HR Policy Association
Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce
i2E
IBM
Independent Electrical Contractors
Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association
Indium Corporation
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Information Technology Industry Council
Ingersoll Rand
Intel Corporation
International Dairy Foods Association
International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
Investment Casting Institute
Iowa Association of Business and Industry
Iowa Business Council
Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council
Jackson Area Manufacturers Association
Jimmy Doolittle Center
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
Jr. Achievement of Southern California
Junior Achievement of Southern California
KCnext – The Technology Council of Greater Kansas City
Kentucky Association of Manufacturers
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Komatsu America
Kuhn North America, Inc.
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lord Corporation
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Louisiana Association of Business & Industry
Louisiana Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc.
Lovejoy Chaplet Corp
Lumity
Madison-Kipp Corporation
Magnet Schools of America
Main Tape Company
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
Manufacturers Association of Florida
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council
Marlin Steel
Maryland Business Roundtable for Education
Maryland Chamber of Commerce
Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education
Massachusetts Business Roundtable
Mercy College
Metals Service Center Institute
MetroHartford Alliance
MGK
Michigan Manufacturers Association
Mid-Hudson Pattern for Progress
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota High Tech Association
Minnesota Precision Manufacturing Association
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Missouri Association of Manufacturers
Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Molded Fiber Glass Tray Company
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Montana Manufacturing Council
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
Mount Saint Mary College
NAACP
NAM
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity
National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS)
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc)
National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
National Association of Workforce Development Professionals
National Cart Company LLC
National Center for Technological Literacy at the Museum of Science, Boston
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Council of State Directors of Adult Education
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Industries for the Blind
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Science Education Leadership Association
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
Nevada Manufacturers Association
New England Council
New Hampton High School
New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA)
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation
New Mexico Business Roundtable
New York Technology Council (NYTECH)
New Hampshire High Technology Council
North American Signs, Inc.
North Carolina Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education Center
North Country Chamber of Commerce
Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers & Employers Association
Northrop Grumman Corporation
NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies
Opportunity Nation
Optimax Systems, Inc.
Oracle
Oregon Business Council
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Pennsylvania Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies (PAHRA)
Partners for Education & Business
Partnership for New York City
Pathways to Prosperity Kansas/Missouri Regional Council
Philadelphia Works
Polaris Industries
Port Townsend Paper Corporation
Portland Cement Association
Power Transmission Distributors Association
Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
Puritan Medical Products Company LLC
Quality Float Works, Inc.
Ranger Die, Inc.
Rayonier Advanced Materials
Red Bud Industries, Inc.
Red Gold, Inc.
Rhode Island Manufacturers Association
Roaring Spring Blank Book Co.
Rockland Business Association
Rockwell Collins
RoMan Manufacturing Inc.
Round Rock Chamber of Commerce
Round Rock Independent Schools
Round Rock ISD CTE Department
Samsung
Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC
San Antonio Manufacturers Association
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
SASCO Chemical Group, Inc.
Semiconductor Equipment & Materials International (SEMI)
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA)
State Chamber of Oklahoma
State Supervisor for Technology and Engineering Education
State Technical College of Missouri
State University of New York
STEM Education Coalition
STEMx
Students4STEM
Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc.
Sullivan-Palatek, Inc.
SUMCO Phoenix Corporation
Superior Graphite Co.
Symantec Corporation
Tag Team Manufacturing
Tech Association of Iowa
Tech Collective
Tech Collective-Rhode Island’s Technology Council
Tech Council of MD Cyberways & Waterways Greater Dubuque Development Corp Dutchess
County Workforce Investment Board
TechNet
Technology Association of Iowa
Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky
Technology Councils of North America (TECNA)
Technology Education Concepts, Inc.
Technology Student Association
Tennessee Association of Manufacturers
Texas Alliance of Minorities in Engineering (TAME)
Texas Association of Business
The American Tank and Fabricating Company
The Boeing Company
The Business Council of New York State, Inc.
The Business Council of Westchester
The Carpet and Rug Institute
The Chatfield Group
The College Board
The Council of Industry
The Guardian Life Insurance Co
The Manufacturers Alliance of New York
The Manufacturers Association of Central New York
The Mayor’s Commission on Literacy
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association
The Rochester Technology and Manufacturing Association
Thermcraft, Inc
Thermo Fisher Scientific/Fisher Science Education
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Triangle Coalition for STEM Education
Trinity Industries, Inc.
Tyler Equipment Corporation
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
UNITE – LA
United Way of Central Ohio
United Way of New York State
United Way of New York State
United Way of Texas
United Way Silicon Valley
United Way Suncoast
United Ways of Texas
Universal Technical Institute
Uniweld Products In.
Valley Industrial Association
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vermont Technology Alliance
Vernier Software & Technology
West Virginia Manufacturers Association
Whayne Supply Company
Wider Opportunities for Women
WilliamsRDM
Wisconsin Valley Concrete
Woodland Hills School District
Woodwork Career Alliance of North America
Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA)
Workforce Development Institute Mohawk Valley
Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce
Xerox Corporation

AdvanceCTE

American Association of Community Colleges

AFT AFL-CIO

Association for Career and Technical Eduacation

Association of Community College Trustees

Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs

Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP0

Coalition on Adult Basic Education (The Corps Network)

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning

Council for Community and Economic Research

Easterseals

Goodwill Industries International

Heartland Alliance

Insight Center for Community Economic Development

International Association of Jewish Vocational Services

International Economic Development Council

Jobs for the Future

National Alliance for Partnership in Equity (NAPE)

National Association of Development Organizations

National Association of Regional Councils

National Association of State Workforce Agencies

National Association of Workforce Boards

National Association of Workforce Development Professionals

National College Transition Network, World Education Inc.

National Council for Workforce Education

National Council on Aging

National Fund for Workforce Solutions

National Youth Employment Coalition

Workforce Data Quality Campaign

Young Invincibles

YouthBuild USA

Source:  http://narc.org/wp-content/uploads/Letter.pdf

Chiefs for Change

Source:  http://chiefsforchange.org/chiefs-for-change-pens-letter-to-house-on-cte-reauthorization/

AASA, The School Superintendents Association
ACCA – Air Conditioning Contractors of America
ACT, Inc.
Advance CTE
Afterschool Alliance
Alloy Engineering Co. Inc.
American Architectural Manufacturers Association
American Association of Community Colleges
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Farm Bureau Federation
American Hotel & Lodging Association
American Society of Employers
AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology
Arizona Technology Council
Associated General Contractors
Association of Career and Technical Education
Association of Community College Trustees
Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS)
Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Automation Federation
Battelle Memorial Institute
The Boeing Company
Business Council of Alabama
Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
Committee For Children
Delta Systems Inc
Educators Rising
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. (FCCLA)
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)
General & Automotive Machine
Georgia Association of Manufacturers
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Global Cold Chain Alliance
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, NH
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
Hi-Lex Controls
IBM
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Ingersoll Rand
International Sign Association
Iowa Association of Business and Industry
Jobs for the Future
Learning Disabilities Association of America
Lovejoy Chaplet Corp
Manufacturers Education and Training Alliance
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Missouri Association of Manufacturers`
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Montana Manufacturing Association
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE)
National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of State Directors of Special Education
National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Council for Workforce Education
National FFA Organization
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Skills Coalition
Partnership for New York City
Pearl River Community College
PG&E Corporation
Port Townsend Paper Corporation
Quality Float Works, Inc.
Roaring Spring Blank Book Co.
School Social Work Association of America
SEMI
SkillsUSA
Software & Information Industry Association
Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky
Technology Student Association
Tennessee Association of Manufacturers (TAM)
The Boeing Company
The Business Council of Westchester
The New England Council
The silicon valley association
The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP)
Thermcraft, Inc
Third Way
Toyota
Union Roofing Contractors Association
United Way Worldwide
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vernier Software & Technology
Whayne Supply Company & Walker Machinery Company
WV Council for Community and Technical College Education
Xerox Corporation
Young Invincibles

Source:  https://perkinscte.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/jan2017perkinsletterctecaucus.pdf

A. O. Smith Corporation
ABB Inc.
Abbott
ACCA-The Indoor Environment & Energy Association
Accurate Felt & Gasket Mfg. Co.
ACE Clearwater Enterprises
Action Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Aeronautical Repair Station Association
Aerospace Industries Association
Afterschool Alliance
AICC, The Independent Packaging Association
Air Conditioning Contractors of America
Air Logistics Corporation
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)
Alamo Group, Inc.
Alaska Chamber
Allen Edmonds Corporation
ALLETE, Inc.
Alliance for Excellent Education
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Alloy Engineering Co., Inc.
Amatrol, Inc.
American Architectural Manufacturers Association
American Axle & Manufacturing
American Bakers Association
American Chemical Society
American Coatings Association
American Composites Manufacturers Association
American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association
American Counseling Association
American Foundry Society
American Home Furnishings Alliance
American Iron and Steel Institute
American Seed Trade Association
American Society of Employers
American Welding Society
American Wire Producers Association
AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology
Andy Roddick Foundation
Anne Arundel Community College
APSCO Manufacturing
Architectural Woodwork Institute
Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Arizona Manufacturers Council
Arizona Technology Council
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce
Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Associated Equipment Distributors
Associated General Contractors
Associated Industries of Missouri
Associated Oregon Industries, Inc.
Associated Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Texas, Inc.
Association for Advancing Automation (A3)
Association for Talent Development
Association of Equipment Manufacturers
Association of Global Automakers
Association of Washington Business
Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS)
Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Austin Chamber of Commerce
Austin Community College
Auto Care Association
Automation Alley
Aviation Technician Education Council
Bachman Machine Company
Baldor Electric Company
BASF Corporation
Baton Rouge Area Chamber
Battelle Memorial Institute
Behlen Mfg. Co.
Berkley Screw Machine Products
Berks County (PA) Workforce Development Board
Berks Packing Company, Inc.
Bloomington – Normal Economic Development Council
Blue Ridge Community and Technical College
Boise Cascade Company
Boulder Chamber of Commerce
Boulder Economic Council
Bradford White Corporation
Brilex Tech Services, Inc.
Bronx Community College
Buffalo Niagara Partnership
Business Council of Alabama
Business Council of Weschester
Business Education Network, Commerce Lexington
Business Roundtable
CA Technologies
California Business Roundtable
California Manufacturers & Technology Association
Camp Fire Central Texas
Career & Technical Association of Texas
Carpenter Technology Corporation
Castle Worldwide, Inc.
Caterpillar Inc.
Ceco Door
Center for Employment Training
CEO Council for Growth
Change the Equation
Chemcut Corporation
Chemung County Chamber of Commerce
CIMBAR Performance Minerals
Citizen Schools
City of Austin
Civic Enterprises
Click Bond, Inc.
Code.org
Colorado Business Roundtable
Columbia Vista Corporation
Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque
Community Health Charities, Inc.
Composite Panel Association
CompTIA
Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute
Connecticut Business & Industry Association
Cook Medical
Council of Industry of Southeastern New York
Cristo Rey Kansas City
Crown Equipment Corporation
Dallas County Community College District
Dallas Regional Chamber
Deere & Company
DeLaSalle Education Center
Delaware Business Council
Delaware Business Roundtable
Dell, Inc.
Deloitte, LLP
Delta Faucet
Delta Systems, Inc.
DENSO International America, Inc.
Department of Engineering and Technology
Depew High School
Dixon Valve & Coupling Co.
Draper, Inc.
Durham Technical Community College
Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Dutchess County Workforce Investment Board
DWS Technologies, LLC
Eaton
Education & Training Solutions, LLC
Emerson
Entertainment Software Association
Ergotronix
Ferguson Perforating & Wire Company
Fibre Box Association
FM Brown’s Sons, Incorporated
Ford Motor Company
Forging Industry Association
FPDA – Motion Control
Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce
Fusion
G&D Integrated
Gaston College
Gehring-Tricot Corp
Gene Haas Foundation
General & Automotive Machine Shop, Inc.
General Motors Company
Georgia Association of Manufacturers
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Giant Steps of St. Louis
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto
Glencoe-Silver Lake, MN High School STEM Advisory Board
Global Cold Chain Alliance
Goodwill Southern California
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce
Greater Houston Partnership
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Greater North Dakota Chamber of Commerce
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce
Greno Industries
Haas Automation, Inc.
Haas Factory Outlet, LLC
Halliburton
Hardwood Federation
Hardwood Manufacturers Association
Hartwig, Inc.
HealthCode
Heart of Florida United
Heating, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Hi-Lex Controls, Inc.
Hillside Family of Agencies
Honda North America, Inc.
Houston Independent School District
Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress
Hunter Hawk, Incorporated
Huntington Ingalls
Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc.
IBM Corporation
Illinois Manufacturers’ Association
Inbound Logistics Magazine
INDA, The Association for Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
Independent Bakers Association
Independent Electrical Contractors
Independent Lubricant Manufacturers Association
Indiana Manufacturers Association, Inc.
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Industrial Tool, Die & Engineering, Inc.
Infor
Information Technology Industry Council, (ITI)
Ingersoll Rand, plc
Institute of Makers of Explosives
Intel Corporation
Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute
International Dairy Foods Association
International Housewares Association
International Imaging Materials, Inc. (IIMAK)
International Paper
International Sign Association
Iowa Association of Business & Industry
Iowa Business Council
IPC – Association Connecting Electronics Industries
Isimac Machine Company, Inc.
ITEEA – The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
Jackson Area Manufacturers Association
Jackson Chamber
Jackson State Community College
James Machine Works, Inc.
Jamison Door Company
Jennette Specialty Glass
JourneyAH, LLC – Leadership & Management Development Training Company
JPM Prototype & Mfg., Inc.
Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Junior Achievement of Southern California
Kaddas Enterprises Inc.
KC Tech Council
Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM)
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Kentucky Community & Technical College (KCTCS)
Kimber Mfg., Inc.
Kiva Plastics, Inc.
Kohler Company
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
Lanxess Corporation
Leading Builders of America
Learn All The Time Network
Longmont Chamber of Commerce
Louisiana Association of Business & Industry
Louisiana Committee of 100 for Economic Development
Lubbock Area United Way
Lubbock-Cooper ISD
Lumity
LyondellBasell
MACNY – The Manufacturers Association
Magnet Schools of America
Maine State Chamber of Commerce
Manufacturers Association of Florida
Manufacturing Skill Standards Council
Marcus Paint Company
Marlin Steel Wire Products LLC
Marvin Windows and Doors
Maryland Business Roundtable for Education
Maryland Chamber of Commerce
Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education
Massachusetts Business Roundtable
Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, Inc.
Matagorda County United Way
Memry Corporation
Merrill Technologies Group
Metal Powder Industries Federation
MetroHartford Alliance
MGK Group, Inc.
Michigan Manufacturers Association
Microsoft Corporation
Miles Fiberglass & Composites, Inc.
Mills Machine Co.
Mindset, Inc.
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota Manufacturers Coalition
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Missouri Association of Manufacturers
Modern Metal Processing, Inc.
Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc.
Monroe Community College
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Montana Manufacturing Association
Morris County Vocational School District – Continuing ED
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
NAACP
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE)
National Association of Graduate-Professional Students
National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs (NASSGAP)
National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
National Association of Workforce Boards
National Cart
National Center for Technological Literacy at the Museum of Science, Boston
National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3)
National Concrete Masonry Association
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Grid
National Marine Manufacturers Association
National Retail Federation
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Science Education Leadership Association
National Skills Coalition
National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association
National Technology Transfer
National Waste & Recycling Association
National Wood Flooring Association
Nevada Manufacturers Association
New Hampshire High Technology Council
New Jersey Business & Industry Association
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
New Mexico Business Roundtable
New York State School Boards Association
Nichols Precision
North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM)
North American Die Casting Association
North Carolina Chamber
North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development
North Carolina Technology Association
Northeast PA Manufacturers & Employers Association
Northern Virginia Community College
NPES-The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies
NY Tech Alliance
NYMAT
Ohio Business Roundtable
OHTec
Oil City Iron Works, Inc.
Oklahoma Business Roundtable
Opportunity America
Opportunity Nation
Optical Cable Corporation
Oracle Corporation
Oregon Business Council
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Partnership for New York City
Partnership of Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA)
Pattern for Progress
PeopleFund
Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (PACT)
Philadelphia Works
Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association
Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors – National Association
Port Townsend Paper Corporation
Poughkeepsie Alliance
Precipart Corporation
Project Exploration
Project Lead the Way
Quality Float Works, Inc.
R M Palmer Company
Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Rayonier Advanced Materials
Red Bud Industries, Inc.
Rhode Island Manufacturers Association
Richardson (Texas) Chamber of Commerce
Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council
Roaring Spring Blank Book Co.
RoMan Manufacturing Inc.
Royal Arms International, Inc.
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
S4J Manufacturing Services, Inc.
Saint-Gobain Corporation
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
Sandvik Coromant US
Science Foundation Arizona
Sessa Manufacturing & Welding
SGL Carbon, LLC.
Shaw Industries Group, Inc.
Siemens Corporation
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
SKF USA Inc.
Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP)
Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates
Society of Women Engineers
Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)
South Carolina Council on Competitiveness
South Texas College
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA)
SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association
SSAB Americas
St. Michael’s Learning Academy
Stark State College
State University of New York
Steel Manufacturers Association
Stellar Industries, Inc.
STEM Education Coalition
STEMx
STERIS Corporation
Strategic HR Partners, Inc.
SUNY Geneseo
Sweet Street Desserts, Inc.
Symantec Corporation
Synopsys, Inc.
TAB Industries, LLC
TE Connectivity
Tech Council of Maryland
Tech Titans of North Texas
TechNet
Technical Services, Inc.
Technology Association of Georgia
Technology Association of Louisville, Kentucky
Technology Association of Oregon
Technology Councils of North America (TECNA)
Tennessee Association of Manufacturers
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Tennessee Manufacturers Association
Texas Association of Business
Texas Association of Manufacturers
Texas Business Leadership Council
Textile Rental Services Association of America (TRSA)
The Aluminum Association
The Boeing Company
The Business Council of New York State
The Carlstar Group, LLC
The Carpet and Rug Institute
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
The Greater Baltimore Committee
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
The Hershey Company
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU)
The Kansas Chamber of Commerce & Industry
The Lee Company
The Manufacturers Alliance of New York
The New England Council
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey
The Space Foundation
The Technology and Manufacturing Association
Thermcraft, Incorporated
Thermo Fisher Scientific/Fisher Scientific Education
Thinking Media – Learning Blade
Third Way
Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Treated Wood Council
Trega Corporation
Trevecca Nazarene University
Trim-Tex, Inc.
U.S. Axle, Inc.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
United Way Abilene
United Way for Greater Austin
United Way of Central Iowa
United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County
United Way of Greater Houston
United Way of Hays County
United Way of Lamar County
United Way of New York State
United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
United Way of Smith County
United Way of South Texas
United Way of Southern Cameron County
United Way of Tarrant County
Universal Alloy Corporation
Universal Metal Products, Inc.
Univision
Valley Forge & Bolt Mfg. Co.
Valley Industrial Association
Verisurf 3D Measurement Solutions
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vermont Technology Alliance
Vernier Software & Technology
Virginia Manufacturers Association
Vision Mechanical Inc
VOCADEMY – The Makerspace
West Tennessee Industrial Association, Jackson, Tennessee
West Virginia Community and Technical College System
West Virginia Manufacturers Association
Westinghouse Electric Company
Williams RDM
Woodwork Career Alliance of North America
World Youth Foundation
Xerox Corporation
YMCA Greater Austin
YMCA of the USA
Young Invincibles
Youth Communication
Zero Zone Refrigeration
Zero Zone, Inc.

Source:  https://perkinscte.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/perkins-house-9_8_16.pdf

Partnership for New York City

Source:  https://perkinscte.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/pfnyc-support-for-perkins-act-reauthorization-final-1-29-14.pdf

HR Policy Association

Source:  http://www.hrpolicy.org/downloads/2013/13-84_Letter_Supporting_Perkins_Reauthorization.pdf

ACE Clearwater Enterprises
ACT, Inc.
Adobe
Advanced Micro Devices
Aeronautical Repair Station Association
Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
American Association of Community Colleges
American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)
American Cleaning Institute (ACI)
American Coatings Association
American Federation of Teachers
American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)
American Road & Transportation Builders Association
Applied Materials
Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Arizona Manufacturers Council
Arizona School Boards Association
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/AIA
Arrow Gear Company
Associated Equipment Distributors
Associated General Contractors of America
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
Association of Global Automakers, Inc.
Association of Washington Business
AT&T
Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Austin Chamber of Commerce
Austin Community College
Austin Technology Council
Auto Care Association
Automotive Training Managers Council (ATMC)
Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES)
Battelle
Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation
Boeing Company
Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA)
Business Council of New York State, Inc.
Business Council of Westchester
Business Roundtable
CA Botana International, Inc.
CA Technologies
California Manufacturers & Technology Association
California STEM Learning Network
Career and Technology Association of Texas
Carpenters’ District Council of Greater St. Louis & Vicinity
Cecil College
Center for Employment Training
Central Arizona College
CEO Council for Growth
Certiport
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
Cisco
Citizen Schools
Clow Stamping Company
Cloyes Gear and Products, Inc.
Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry (CACI)
Colorado Succeeds
Columbia Vista Corporation
Communities in Schools of North Carolina
Computer Science Teachers Association
Cook Medical
Copper & Brass Fabricators Council
Corn Refiners Association
Corporate Education Consulting, Inc
Council of Industry of Southeastern New York
Cox Manufacturing Co., Inc.
CTE Academy, Round Rock, Texas
Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation (DASEF)
Deloitte LLP
Delta Engineers, Architects, & Land Surveyors
Dominion Resources, Inc.
Eastern Arizona College
Eastern Arizona College of Health & Physical Education Division
Eastern Arizona College of Welding
Eastman Chemical Company
Elbit Systems of America
EMC
Emerson
Enkei America, Inc.
Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, International
Finger Lakes Advanced Manufacturers’ Enterprise (FAME)
Freescale Semiconductor
General & Automotive Machine Shop, Inc
Georgia Association of Manufacturers
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Dubuque Development Corporation
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce
Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
GSE Dynamics Inc.
Hermann Oak Leather
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hi-Lex
Honda North America, Inc.
Houston Area Urban League
HR Policy Association
IBM
Illinois Technology Association
INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Industrial Tool, Die & Engineering, Inc.
Industry Workforce Needs Council
Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
Ingersoll Rand
Innovate Educate
Integrity Aerospace Group
Intel Corporation
International Technology and Engineering Educators Association
Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council
J C Renfroe & Sons
Jack Wymer, LLC
Jackson Area Manufacturers Association
Jim Godfrey & Associates LLC
Jobs for the Future
Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association
Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association
Lanxess Corporation
Lexmark International
Magnet Schools of America
Manufacturers Association of Florida
MarZee, Inc.
Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education (MBAE)
Massachusetts Business Roundtable (MBR)
MeadWestvaco
Michigan Manufacturers Association
Micron Technology
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Missouri Chamber of Commerce
Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education –Office of College & Career Readiness
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
NAACP
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE)
National Association of Manufacturers
National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc)
National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF)
National Center for Technological Literacy at the Museum of Science, Boston
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Council of State Directors of Adult Education
National Girls Collaborative Project
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
National Skills Coalition
National Tooling and Machining Association
NCR Corporation
Neustar
New England Council
New Jersey Business & Industry Association
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
New Jersey Employer Coalition for Technical Education
New Mexico STEM Network
North American Die Casting Association
North American Technician Excellence
North Carolina New Schools
North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA)
Northeast PA Manufacturers & Employers Association
Northrop Grumman Corporation
OEM Fabricators, Inc.
Ohio Manufacturers’ Association
Opportunity America
Opportunity Nation
Optimax Systems, Inc.
Oracle
Partnership for Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Accreditation (PAHRA)
Pathways to Prosperity Kansas/Missouri Regional Council
PG&E
Philadelphia Education Fund
Philadelphia Works, Inc.
Phoenix Closures, Inc.
Pima Community College
Pivot Manufacturing
Polaris Industries
Power Transmission Distributors Association
Precision Machined Products Association
Precision Metalforming Association
Principal Financial Group
PTC Group Holdings Corp.
Quality Float Works, Inc.
Radix Wire
Raytheon
Red Hat
Rockwell Collins
Samsung Austin Semiconductor
San Antonio Manufacturers Association
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
SAP
SAS
Siemens
Silicon Valley Education Foundation
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Skills for America’s Future
SkillsUSA
Specialty Equipment Market Association
Specialty Graphic Imaging Association
Spirit Aerosystems
Stellar Industries, Inc.
STEMx
Taminco Global Chemical Corp
.
Tech Council of Maryland
TechAmerica
TechNet
TechNexus LLC
Technology Association of Iowa
TechVoice
Texas Association of Business
Texas Association of School Administrators
Texas Association of School Boards
Texas Computer Education Association
Texas K
-12 CTO Council
Thermcraft, Inc
THORS, LLC
Toyota Motor North America, Inc
.
Triangle Coalition for STEM Education
Trim
-Tex, Inc.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
United States Steel Corporation
United Way for Greater Austin
United Way Silicon Valley
United Way Worldwide
United Ways of Texas
Universal Technical Institute
Uniweld Products Inc.
Utah Manufacturers Association
Valley Industrial Association
Vermeer Corporation
Vernier Software & Technology
Virginia Manufacturers Association
Washington STEM
Workforce Solutions Capital Area
Year Up
Young Invincibles

Source:  https://perkinscte.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/perkins-cte-act-letter-of-support.pdf

 Jobs for the Future Funders

  • Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • The Arthur M. Blank Foundation
  • Boeing
  • The Boston Foundation
  • The California Endowment
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • Chicago Public Schools
  • Corporation for National and Community Service’s Social Innovation Fund
  • Denver Public Schools
  • Dollar General Literacy Foundation
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Helmsley Trust
  • Hyams Foundation
  • James Irvine Foundation
  • The Joyce Foundation
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • WK Kellogg Foundation
  • John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • Lumina Foundation
  • Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Michigan Community College Association
  • NASA
  • National Science Foundation
  • Nellie Mae Education Foundation
  • New York City Department of Education
  • Noyce Foundation
  • The Pinkerton Foundation
  • Prudential Foundation
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • SAP
  • Surdna Foundation
  • Tennessee Department of Education
  • Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
  • University of Phoenix Foundation
  • WalMart Foundation
  • Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

Source:  http://www.jff.org/about-us/funders

Workforce Data Quality Campaign Buddies

National Partners

Advance CTE (formerly the National Association of State Directors of Career and Technical Education Consortium)
Association for Career and Technical Education
Association of Public Data Users
Center for Law and Social Policy
Council for Community and Economic Research
Data Quality Campaign
Institute for Higher Education Policy
National Association of State Workforce Agencies
National Skills Coalition
New America Foundation
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Advisors

WDQC benefits from the technical expertise of individuals associated with:
American Association of Community Colleges
American Institutes for Research
Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce
George Washington University Institute of Public Policy
National Governors Association
And state experts from:
Arkansas Research Center
California Community Colleges
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
Georgia Technical College System
Indiana Business Research Center
Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics
Maine Department of Labor
Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore (Maryland)
Michigan Department of Education
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Mississippi State University, nSPARC
Nebraska Department of Labor
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development
North Carolina Community College System
Ohio Department of Education
Oregon Employment Department
Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry
Rhode Island – DataSpark
Texas Workforce Commission
Virginia Community College System
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services

 

More CTE Guys

AASA, The School Superintendents Association
ACCA – Air Conditioning Contractors of America
ACT, Inc.
Advance CTE
Afterschool Alliance
Alloy Engineering Co. Inc.
American Architectural Manufacturers Association
American Association of Community Colleges
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Farm Bureau Federation
American Hotel & Lodging Association
American Society of Employers
AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology
Arizona Technology Council
Associated General Contractors
Association of Career and Technical Education
Association of Community College Trustees
Association of Woodworking & Furnishings Suppliers (AWFS)
Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation
Automation Federation
Battelle Memorial Institute
The Boeing Company
Business Council of Alabama
Collaborative for Academic Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
Committee For Children
Delta Systems Inc
Educators Rising
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. (FCCLA)
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)
General & Automotive Machine
Georgia Association of Manufacturers
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Global Cold Chain Alliance
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, NH
Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce
Hi-Lex Controls
IBM
Industrial Minerals Association – North America
Ingersoll Rand
International Sign Association
Iowa Association of Business and Industry
Jobs for the Future
Learning Disabilities Association of America
Lovejoy Chaplet Corp
Manufacturers Education and Training Alliance
Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Missouri Association of Manufacturers`
Montana Chamber of Commerce
Montana Manufacturing Association
National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE)
National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships
National Association of Secondary School Principals
National Association of State Directors of Special Education
National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
National Council for Advanced Manufacturing
National Council for Workforce Education
National FFA Organization
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Skills Coalition
Partnership for New York City
Pearl River Community College
PG&E Corporation
Port Townsend Paper Corporation
Quality Float Works, Inc.
Roaring Spring Blank Book Co.
School Social Work Association of America
SEMI
SkillsUSA
Software & Information Industry Association
Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky
Technology Student Association
Tennessee Association of Manufacturers (TAM)
The Boeing Company

The Business Council of Westchester
The New England Council
The silicon valley association
The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP)
Thermcraft, Inc
Third Way
Toyota
Union Roofing Contractors Association
United Way Worldwide
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Vernier Software & Technology
Whayne Supply Company & Walker Machinery Company
WV Council for Community and Technical College Education
Xerox Corporation
Young Invincibles

Source:  http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2017/02/career_technical_education_advocates_trump_presidency.html

Massachusetts College and Career Ready Buddies

• Maura Banta, Chair, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education*
• Dennis Berkey, President, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
• Marybeth Campbell, Director of Education and Workforce Development, Executive Office of
Education
• Francis X. Callahan, Jr., President, Massachusetts Building Trades Council
• Harneen Chernow, Director, 1199 SEIU Training and Upgrading Fund*
• Mitchell Chester, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary
Education
• Gerald Chertavian, Founder and CEO, Year Up*
• Donna Cupelo, New England Regional President, Verizon Communications
• Conny Doty, Director, Office of Jobs and Community Services, City of Boston Mayor’s Office
• Mary Fifield, President, Bunker Hill Community College
• Richard Freeland, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education¥
• Carlos Garcia, Chief of Staff and Chief of Corporate Affairs, Sovereign Bank
• Charles (Chad) Gifford, Former Chairman, Bank of America
• Gary Gottlieb, President and CEO, Partners HealthCare
• Katie Gray, Liaison to Elementary and Secondary Education, Massachusetts School Counselors
Association
• Patricia Gregson, Associate Commissioner, Vocational, Workforce and College Readiness
Programming, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
• Paul Grogan, President, The Boston Foundation
• Sheila Harrity, Principal, Worcester Technical High School
• Lance Hartford, Executive Director, Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation
• Nancy Hoffman, Vice President and Senior Advisor, Jobs for the Future**¥
• Joseph (Jay) Hooley, Chairman, President and CEO, State Street Corporation
• Wendell Knox, Former President and CEO and Current Board Member, Abt Associates
• Rich Lapan, Professor, School of Education, University of Massachusetts – Amherst
• Ivana Maya, Nursing Student, Simmons College: School of Nursing and Health Sciences
• George Moriarty, Director, Massachusetts Department of Career Services
• Linda Noonan, Executive Director, Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education**
• Dan O’Connell, President and CEO, Massachusetts Competitive Partnership**
• The Honorable Alice Peisch, Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Education, The General Court of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts**
• Paul Reville, Massachusetts Secretary of Education*¥
• Robert Schwartz, Professor of Practice, Harvard Graduate School of Education
• Tom Scott, Executive Director, Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents
• Beth Shevlin, Professional Development Specialist, Massachusetts Teachers Association
• Neil Sullivan, Executive Director, Boston Private Industry Council
• Andy Sum, Director, Center for Labor Market Studies, Northeastern University
• William (Bill) Swanson, Chairman and CEO, Raytheon Company
• Henry M. Thomas III, President and CEO, Urban League of Springfield, Inc.¥

* Member of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education
¥ Member of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education
** ICCR Task Force Subcommittee Chair

Source:  http://www.doe.mass.edu/ccr/ccrta/2012-06BESEReport.pdf

M-Step Buddies

Doug Rothwell

President & CEO

Business Leaders for Michigan

 

Sandy K. Baruah

President & CEO

Detroit Regional Chamber

 

Amber Arellano

Executive Director

The Education Trust-Midwest

 

Rick Baker

President & CEO

Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Source:  https://midwest.edtrust.org/resource/joint-letter-recommending-continuing-with-m-step/

 

Association for Career and Technical Education Buddies

Association for Career and Technical Education Research (ACTER)

ACTER is a professional association for scholars and others with research interests in the relationship between education and work. Through participation in the ACTER, members have the opportunity to collaborate on research projects, present research findings to national audiences, and receive recognition for service and scholarship in CTE.

Advance CTE

Advance CTE: State Leaders Connecting Learning to Work is committed to supporting its members, collaborating with partners and engaging policymakers to advance CTE – learning that works for students, for secondary and postsecondary schools, for businesses and industry, and for America.

Asia Society

Asia Society is the leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education, and policy, the Society promotes collaboration to address present challenges and create a shared future. Learn about the Global Competency Badge Through CTE.

Automation Federation

The Automation Federation (AF) is an association of member organizations engaged in manufacturing and process automation activities. Providing industry-wide strategic analysis and coordination through its member organizations, AF works to advance the science and engineering of automation technologies and applications and develop the workforce needed to capitalize on the benefits of automation.

IVETA

The International Vocational Education and Training Association is a network of vocational skills training organizations, business and industrial firms, and individuals interested or involved in vocational education and training worldwide. IVETA is dedicated to the advancement of high-quality vocational education and training throughout the world.

NAAE

NAAE is a federation of state agricultural educators associations with more than 7,800 members involved in school-based agricultural education, from middle school through postsecondary, and at state and national levels. NAAE advocates for agricultural education, provides professional development and works to recruit and retain agricultural educators in the profession.

NAF

The National Academy Foundation is a national network of education, business and community leaders who work together to ensure high school students are college, career and future ready. NAFs educational design ignites students’ passion for learning and gives businesses the opportunity to shape America’s workforce.

NBPTS

The National Board of Professional Teaching Standards’ (NBPTS) mission is to advance the quality of teaching by maintaining high and rigorous standards for teachers; provide a national voluntary system certifying teachers; and advocate related education reforms to integrate National Board Certification in American education and to capitalize on the expertise of National Board Certified Teachers.

NCCER

NCCER is an education foundation that supports more than 125 construction CEOs and various association and academic leaders who share the goal of developing a safe and productive workforce for the construction industry. Together, these companies created a standardized training and credentialing program that has evolved into curricula for more than 70 craft areas offered in over 4,000 NCCER-accredited training and assessment locations across the United States.

National Career Academy Coalition

NCAC provides resources for career academies and believes that the success of academy students is due to the collective support that they receive from teachers, mentors, and business people that help them set long-term goals and cultivate important connections. Be sure to check out NCAC’s National Standards of Practice that support model academies.

NCDA

NCDA-National Career Development Association provides professional development, publications, standards, and advocacy to practitioners and educators who inspire and empower individuals to achieve their career and life goals.

National Center for College and Career Transitions

NC3T works to connect schools, postsecondary institutions, and employers to introduce students to the array of options available to them. Providing coaching and consulting services, workshops and resources, NC3T helps community-based leadership teams plan and implement their college-career pathway systems.

 The National Coordinating Council for Career and Technical Student Organizations

The National Coordinating Council for Career and Technical Student Organizations is a coalition of national career and technical student organizations (CTSOs) serving career and technical education students and teachers in one or more of the 16 Career Clusters® identified in The National Career Clusters® Framework.

NCLA

NCLA – National Council of Local Administrators – provides leadership and advocacy in the promotion and development of career-technical education in the secondary and postsecondary school systems of the United States and its territories. Through its members, local state organizations provide leadership to carry out the mission and goals of NCLA.

NOCTI

NOCTI provides industry-based credentials and partner industry certifications for CTE programs across the nation. Whether using assessments to meet Perkins accountability requirements, to guide data-driven instructional improvement, or to assist with teacher evaluation systems, NOCTI provides solutions through its validated technical skill assessment.

AMRG

Army Marketing & Research Group (AMRG) tells the Army’s story by connecting the Army with communities it protects and young men and women considering military service. AMRG is tasked with developing a strong Army brand and establishing the Army as a desired opportunity for service among the most qualified candidates.

Source:  https://www.acteonline.org/partners/#.WOvT7YgrKyI

New Skills for Youth Buddies

Council of Chief State School Officers

Advance CTE

Education Strategy Group

JP Morgan Chase & Co

Source:  https://careertech.org/new-skills-youth

 

Campaign to Invest in America’s Workforce Buddies

ADULT LEARNING PARTNERS

Adult Learning Partners (ALP) was established by Gail Spangenberg, past President and Founder of the Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy.  Its primary purpose is to improve Adult Education and Workforce Skills in the U.S. through attention to strategically important leadership activities that advance effective policy, planning, and program design and service.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES

Founded in 1920, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) has, over four decades, become the leading proponent and the national “voice for community colleges.” Today, the association represents almost 1,200 two-year, associate degree–granting institutions and more than 12 million students. AACC supports and promotes its member colleges through policy initiatives, innovative programs, research and information and strategic outreach to business and industry and the national news media. The American Association of University Women.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. AAUW was founded in 1881 and has a nationwide network of more than 100,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 500 college/university institutional partners.

THE ASSOCIATION FOR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Founded in 1926, the Association for Career and Technical Education is the largest national education association dedicated to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. ACTE is committed to enhancing the job performance and satisfaction of its members; to increasing public awareness and appreciation for career and technical programs; and to assuring growth in local, state and federal funding for these programs by communicating and working with legislators and government leaders.

THE ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRUSTEES

The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) is a non-profit educational organization of governing boards, representing more than 6,500 elected and appointed trustees who govern over 1,200 community, technical, and junior colleges in the United States. These community professionals, business officials, public policy leaders, and leading citizens offer their time and talent to serve on the governing boards of our country’s most innovative higher education institutions—community, junior, and technical colleges—and make decisions that affect more than 1,200 colleges and over 11 million students annually.

ASSOCIATION OF FARMWORKER OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS

The Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP) has been an advocate for migrant and seasonal farmworkers in the United States since 1971. The thread that binds the Association is the concept that training and education can provide the launching pad to a better and more stable life for the workers who plant, tend, and harvest the crops that Americans consume at their tables.

CENTER FOR LAW AND SOCIAL POLICY

Since 1969, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) has been a trusted resource, a creative architect for systems change, and one of the country’s most effective voices for low income people. Through careful research and analysis and effective advocacy, CLASP develops and promotes new ideas, mobilizes others, and directly assists governments and advocates to put in place successful strategies that deliver results that matter to people across America.

COALITION FOR WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS

The Coalition for Workforce Solutions (CWS) is a national coalition uniting organizations that provide support for the nation’s workforce development system. CWS members include workforce development providers, vendors, consultants and service organizations. CWS members operate and serve One-Stop Career Centers, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families initiatives, career and technical education programs, and technology and learning services.

COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP

The Community Action Partnership is the nonprofit, national membership organization representing the interests of the 1,100 Community Action Agencies (CAAs) across the country that annually help 20 million low-income Americans achieve economic security. In order to help CAAs meet ever-changing community needs, the Partnership sponsors an annual convention, publishes a quarterly magazine, provides training and technical assistance opportunities, and a distributes weekly electronic newsletter.

CORPORATION FOR A SKILLED WORKFORCE

Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) catalyzes nationwide transformative change in education, economic, and workforce development through research and action. CSW is dedicated to reimagining work and learning as a means to increasing economic opportunity and sustainable prosperity for vulnerable people, companies, and communities.

COUNCIL FOR ADULT AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

The non-profit Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) advocates and innovates on behalf of adult learners to increase access to education and economic security; provides adults with career guidance and helps them earn college credit for what they already know; equips colleges and universities to attract, retain, and graduate more adult students; provides employers with smart strategies for employee development; and builds workforce organizations’ capacity to connect worker skills to employer demands.

EASTER SEALS

Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for nearly 90 years. Easter Seals offers help, hope and answers to more than a million children and adults living with autism and other disabilities or special needs and their families each year. Services and support are provided through a network of more than 550 sites in the U.S. and through Ability First Australia.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL

Goodwill Industries International enhances the dignity and quality of life of individuals, families and communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential through the power of work. Their network of 165 independent, community-based Goodwills in the United States and Canada offers customized job training, employment placement and other services to people who have disabilities, lack education or job experience, or face employment challenges.

INSIGHT CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

The Insight Center for Community Economic Development is a national research, consulting, and legal organization dedicated to building economic health in vulnerable communities. They develop and promote innovative solutions that help people and communities become, and remain, economically secure.

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICES

Founded in 1939, today’s International Association of Jewish Vocational Services (IAJVS) is a non-sectarian nonprofit network of 30 national and international human service agencies in major metropolitan areas in the United States, Canada, and Israel. Their member agencies provide a vast array of services that have a direct effect on the lives of hundreds of thousands of people each year, including career management, skills training, rehabilitation programs, health services, and home and community-based services. IAJVS is the collective voice for our members. They represent the network nationally and internationally, and promote the important work of their local member agencies here and abroad.

JOBS FOR THE FUTURE

Jobs for the Future (JFF) identifies, develops, and promotes education and workforce strategies that expand opportunity for youth and adults who are struggling to advance in America today. In more than 200 communities across 43 states, JFF improves the pathways leading from high school to college to family-sustaining careers. By 2020, JFF, working with their partners, is committed to doubling the number of low-income youth and adults who attain postsecondary credentials.

LEGAL MOMENTUM

Legal Momentum is the nation’s oldest legal defense and education fund dedicated to advancing the rights of women and girls. Founded in 1970 as the NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, Legal Momentum has been at the forefront of litigation, policy development, and public education on issues related to women’s equality and personal and economic security for the past 41 years.

NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR PARTNERSHIPS IN EQUITY (NAPE)

The National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE) is a non-profit organization that serves a consortium of state and local education agencies working to increase access and success of special population students in education and workforce development programs that lead to high skill, high wage careers. In 2002, NAPE formed the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity Education Foundation to support the work of NAPE. The Foundation’s mission is to expand career options and the economic potential of America’s workforce by collaborating with stakeholders to build the capacity of teachers, administrators, parents, and employers. It accomplishes this by: conducting research in education and workforce development trends and policies; collecting, developing, and disseminating best practices and resources; working to eliminate bias and stereotyping in education; developing materials and programs to promote nontraditional careers; improving the ability of schools to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population; building the professional capacity of teachers to close achievement gaps; and facilitating system change in schools and organizational entities.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL COUNCILS

The National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) serves as the national voice for regionalism by advocating for regional cooperation as the most effective way to address a variety of community planning and development opportunities and issues. NARC’s member organizations are composed of multiple local governments that work together to serve American communities—large and small, urban and rural.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DIRECTORS OF CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CONSORTIUM

The National Association of State Directors of Career and Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) was established in 1920 to represent the state and territory heads of secondary, postsecondary and adult career technical education (CTE) across the nation. NASDCTEc, through leadership, advocacy and partnerships, aims to support an innovative CTE system that prepares individuals to succeed in education and their careers, and poises the United States to flourish in a global, dynamic economy.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS

The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) provides advocacy, education, peer exchanges and research for the nation’s regional development organizations. The association and its members promote regional strategies, partnerships and solutions to strengthen the economic competitiveness and quality of life across America’s local communities.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WORKFORCE BOARDS

The National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) represents business-led Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) that coordinate and leverage workforce strategies with education and economic development stakeholders within their local communities, to ensure that state and local workforce development and job training programs meet the needs of employers. NAWB works closely with policy makers in Washington, DC to inform national strategy as it relates to WIBs and our partners in education, economic development, labor and business.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS

The National Association of Workforce Development Professionals represents professionals at all levels across the broad workforce development industry.  It’s primary mission is to serve as the voice of the professional and improve the skills of the practitioner through high quality professional development.

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR ADULT LEARNING

The National Council for Adult Learning is a national public charity devoted to improving adult education and workforce skills in America. NCAL conducts research, policy development, issue analysis, and symposia in all areas of Adult Education (including ESOL, health literacy, distance learning, workplace education, and family literacy). NCAL aims to support and promote comprehensive national and state planning and ROI activities, linkages between Titles I and II of WIOA, program coordination, stronger policy, professional development, instruction customized to learner needs, expanded service outreach, and innovation to meet 21st Century needs.

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR WORKFORCE EDUCATION

As an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE) provides a national forum for administrators and faculty in workforce education and basic skills, as well as representatives of business, labor, military, and government, to affect and direct the future role of two-year and other post-secondary institutions in workforce education and economic development. NCWE provides the link between policy and workforce education and economic development by providing support, research, and critical information to members on current and future trends and policies.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LA RAZA

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States—works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas—assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health.

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGING

The National Council on Aging is a nonprofit service and advocacy organization headquartered in Washington, DC. NCOA is a national voice for millions of older adults—especially those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged—and the community organizations that serve them. It brings together nonprofit organizations, businesses, and government to develop creative solutions that improve the lives of all older adults. NCOA works with thousands of organizations across the country to help seniors find jobs and benefits, improve their health, live independently, and remain active in their communities.

NATIONAL FUND FOR WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS

The National Fund for Workforce Solutions is an award-winning initiative dedicated to helping low-wage workers get the skills they need to obtain good careers and ensure employers have the high-quality human capital in today’s dynamic global economy. Involving more than 300 funders who have raised over $130 million, the National Fund serves the needs of workers and employers by developing and nurturing a national network of regional funding collaboratives that invest in and organize employer-led, sectoral workforce partnerships.

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES

The National League of Cities (NLC) is dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities. Working in partnership with the 49 state municipal leagues, NLC serves as a resource to and an advocate for the more than 19,000 cities, villages and towns it represents. More than 1,600 municipalities of all sizes pay dues directly to NLC and actively participate as leaders and voting members in the organization.

NATIONAL NETWORK FOR YOUTH

The National Network for Youth has been serving the youth of America for more than 30 years by championing the needs of runaway, homeless, and other disconnected youth. Our members are community-based organizations along with their neighborhood youth, adults, associations, and regional and state networks of youth workers. The National Network is committed to ensuring that opportunities for growth and development be available to youth who face greater odds due to abuse and neglect, homelessness, lack of resources, community prejudice, differing abilities, and other life challenges.

NATIONAL SKILLS COALITION

National Skills Coalition (NSC) is a broad-based coalition working toward a vision of an America that grows its economy by investing in its people so that every worker and every industry has the skills to compete and prosper. We engage in organizing, advocacy, and communications to advance state and federal policies that support these goals – policies that are based on the on-the-ground expertise of our members.

NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JOBS NETWORK

In 2000, the National Transitional Jobs Network (NTJN) formed in response to changes in federal welfare legislation to support effective employment solutions for people who have difficulty entering and succeeding in work. Today, the NTJN is the singular national clearinghouse for resources, tools, and expertise for building Transitional Jobs programs and is the national voice for stakeholders working to help the hardest to employ get and keep jobs.

NATIONAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT COALITION

National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC) improves the effectiveness of organizations that seek to help youth become productive citizens. NYEC envisions a nation in which every young person is assured the full range of educational, developmental, vocational, economic and social opportunities, supports, and services s/he may need to become a productive and self-sufficient worker, taxpayer, parent, and citizen. NYEC offers a range of initiatives, resources and activities that fall into one of four areas of core business: track, craft, and influence policy; set and promote quality standards; provide and support professional development; and build and increase the capacity of organizations and programs.

PROLITERACY

ProLiteracy is the oldest and largest nonprofit organization dedicated to championing the power of literacy to improve the lives of adults and their families, communities, and societies. It works with adult new readers and learners and with local and national organizations to help adults gain the reading, writing, math, computer, and English skills they need to be successful. ProLiteracy advocates on behalf of adult learners and the programs that serve them, provides training and professional development, and publishes materials used in adult literacy and basic education instruction. ProLiteracy has 1,100 member programs in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and works with 52 nongovernmental organizations in 30 developing countries.

SARGENT SHRIVER NATIONAL CENTER ON POVERTY LAW

The Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law provides national leadership in identifying, developing, and supporting creative and collaborative approaches to achieve social and economic justice for low-income people and communities. The Shriver Center engages in direct advocacy campaigns in Illinois and around the country to improve policies and programs on specific issues, and also engages in broader advocacy on general issues of justice, opportunity, and human rights.

SUSQUAHANNA GROUP

The Susquahanna Group is a Washington, DC based consulting firm. It helps nonprofit organizations develop and implement winning legislative strategies, particularly in the areas of national service, education, youth development, and youth employment. Founding Partner Gene Sofer has had a long career in public policy in Washington, serving in senior positions on Capitol Hill and in the Executive branch. He is a graduate of New York University and received his PhD in History from UCLA.

THE CORPS NETWORK

Established in 1985, The Corps Network is the voice of the nation’s 151 Service and Conservation Corps. Currently operating in every state and the District of Columbia, Corps annually enroll more than 30,000 young men and women in service every year. Corps annually mobilize approximately 289,000 community volunteers who, in conjunction with Corpsmembers, generate 13.5 million hours of service every year. Today’s Corps, inheritors of the legacy of FDR’s Civilian Conservation Corps, enable Corpsmembers to improve community and the environment through programs including Civic Justice Corps, Public Lands Corps, Clean Energy Service Corps, and Corps Respond. By serving their nation, Corpsmembers gain abilities that last a lifetime, including work readiness, educational advancement, civic engagement, and the ability to make responsible choices.

WIDER OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN

Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW) works nationally and in its home community of Washington, DC to build pathways to economic independence for America’s families, women, and girls. WOW has a distinctive history in changing the landscape of women and work. For more than 40 years, WOW has helped women learn to earn with programs emphasizing literacy, technical and nontraditional skills, the welfare-to-work transition, career development, and retirement security.

WORKFORCE LEARNING STRATEGIES

Workforce Learning Strategies (WLS) is a partnership dedicated to helping policymakers and labor, community and business leaders develop strategies to ensure decent work and income for individuals and a productive workforce for employers. Formed in 1999, WLS has provided research, evaluation, policy development, and technical assistance to a wide variety of public and private organizations.

WORKFORCE STRATEGIES INITIATIVE, ASPEN INSTITUTE

The Workforce Strategies Initiative (WSI), a project of the Washington, DC-based Aspen Institute, seeks to identify and advance strategies that help low-income Americans gain ground in today’s labor market. WSI’s projects have been designed to evaluate and advance sectoral employment development approaches to connecting low-income workers to both employment and advancement opportunities within targeted industry sectors. WSI also offers tools and training to help local workforce leaders develop the range of skills needed to operate successful sector initiatives.

YOUNG INVINCIBLES

Young Invincibles (YI) began in the summer of 2009, started by young people who believed that young people’s voices were not being heard in the debate over health care reform. Since that time, YI has grown into a national youth organization, working to expand opportunity for 18- to 34-year-olds and making sure that their perspective is heard wherever decisions about our collective future are being made. YI does this through cutting-edge policy research and analysis, sharing the stories of young Americans, campaigns designed to educate, inform and mobilize our generation and advocacy intended to change the status quo.

Source:  http://www.americasworkforce.org/who-we-are/our-members/

Career Pathways Buddies (Tennessee)

PINELLAS COUNTY
Terry Boehm, President, Pinellas Education Foundation
Jane Fifer, President, Volusia Manufacturers Association
Alex Glenn, Senior Executive, Duke Energy
Shri Goyal, Executive-in-Residence, University of
South Florida
Phil Jones, President, Hillsborough Education Foundation
Robin King, President, Volusia Flagler Career Source
Brad Kugler, CEO, DVA Inc.
Bob McIntyre, Chairman and CEO, DITEK Corporation
Robin McGowan, Vice President, Pinellas Education
Foundation
Alex McKenna, President, The McKenna Group International
Mike Meidel, Director, Pinellas County Economic
Development
Robyn Mussler, Principal Consultant-Owner, Resolution
Management Inc.
Ed Peachy, President & CEO, CareerSource Pinellas
Stephen Senn, Attorney, Peterson & Myers, P.A.
Chris Steinocher, President, St. Petersburg Chamber of
Commerce
Ford Next Generation Learning
Cheryl Carrier, Executive Director
Rick Delano, Consultant
Tom Besaw, Coach
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Courtney Dignam, Omni Nashville Hotel
John Doerge, Deloitte
Marc Hill, Chief Policy Officer, Nashville Area Chamber of
Commerce
Ann Kehayes, Tennessee Credit Union
Cheryl Mayes, Nissan North America
Tara Myers, ESArchitects
Caitlin Nossett, HCA Healthcare
Matt Seaton, PENCIL Foundation
Whitney Weeks, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
Erin Whetsel, Griffin Technology
Ford Next Generation Learning
Cheryl Carrier, Executive Director

Source:  https://cte.careertech.org/sites/default/files/files/resources/InTheirWords-BusinessSupportCTE_Final_0.pdf

 

Data Quality Campaign Buddies

 

Source:  http://dataqualitycampaign.org/who-we-are/partners/

 

Coalition for a College and Career Ready America Buddies

Achievement First
ACT
Advance Illinois
Advocates for Children & Youth

African Centered Education Initiative
Alliance for a Better Community
Alliance for Excellent Education
American Institutes for Research
American Reading Company
American Youth Policy Forum

Americas Promise Alliance
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Babowal & Associates Inc
Bay Area Coalition for Equitable Schools
Bay Area Council
Beyond Shelter
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Business-Higher Education Forum
Business Roundtable
The Business Coalition for Educational Excellence at the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Campaign for High School Equity
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Center for American Progress
Center for Excellence in Education
Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning
The Center on Reinventing Public Education
CHOICES Education Group
Citizen Commission on Civil Rights
CNA
Colorado Department of Education
Colorado Legacy Foundation
The Commission on No Child Left Behind
ConnCAN
Corporate Voices for Working Families
Council of Great City Schools
Covenent House Michigan
CT Coalition for World Class Math
CT Parent Power

Democrats for Education Reform
Discovery Education

Education Equality Project
Education First Consulting
Education Resource Strategies
The Education Trust
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
eScholar
ETS

Fund for Educational Excellence

Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
Giboson Hasbrouck and Associates

Hope Street Group

IDEA Partnership
Innovative Schools

The Institute of Living Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic

Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce
The James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy
Jobs for the Future
The Joyce Foundation

Kansas City Missouri School District
Kaplan K12 Learning Services
KidsOhio

Know Do Serve Learn

League of United Latin American Citizens
Learning Leaders, Inc
Learning Point Associates
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Maine Coalition for Excellent in Education
Manassas City Public Schools
Mass Insight Education and Research Institution
Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
MicroSociety
Mississippi Department of Education
Motivation Opportunity Viability Enterprise

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
National Association for Urban Debate Leagues
National Association of Charter School Authorizers
National Association for Urban Debate Leagues
National Center for Learning Disabilities
National Center for Summer Learning
National Council of La Raza
National Council on Teacher Quality
National Forum on Information Literacy, Inc.
National PTA
NewSchools Venture Fund

Ohio Alliance for Public Charter Schools
Ohio Business Roundtable
Orange Unified School District

Panasonic Foundation
Partnership for Learning
Philadelphia Education Fund
Pivot Learning Partners
The Policy Innovation Education Network (PIE)
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
Project Aspiration, A Class ACT Learning Center

Rochester City School District
The Rodel Foundation of Delaware

School for Integrated Academics and Technology (SIATech)
South Carolina Associate of Public Charter Schools
Southern Region Education Board
SSAI
Strive Partnership
Stupski Foundation
Success for All Foundation
Successful Practices Network
Support ED

Tennessee State Collaborative on Reforming Education
Texas Institute for Education Reform
The Texas Turnaround Center
Thomas B. Fordham Institute

United States Chamber of Commerce
United Ways of Texas
University of Illinois Extension
Urban Equity Community Development Corporation
UW-Madison, WISCAPE

Wake Technical Community College
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Wyoming Association of Secondary School Principals

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20150312191947/http://www.collegeandcareerreadyamerica.org:80/about-us

Career Readiness Partner Council Buddies

Achieve
Alliance for Excellent Education
American Association of Community Colleges
American Federation of Teachers
American School Counselor Association
America’s Promise Alliance
Asia Society
ASCD
Association for Career and Technical Education
Business-Higher Education Forum
ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career
Corporate Voices for Working Families
Council of Chief State School Officers
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
Ford Motor Company Fund
Gallup
James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy
The Manufacturing Institute
National Academy Foundation
National Association of State Boards of Education
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium
National Council of La Raza
National Education Association
National Governors Association
National League of Cities
National Youth Employment Coalition
Skills for America’s Future, The Aspen Institute
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20150218033239/http://www.careerreadynow.org:80/about-the-council/

Employability Skills Framework Buddies

 

Source:  http://cte.ed.gov/employabilityskills/index.php/background/why

Michigan Works! Association Buddies

Source:  http://www.michiganworks.org/about-michigan-works/become-an-associate-member/

Why they are on here:  http://stopcommoncoreinmichigan.com/2017/05/education-no-longer-meeting-needs-children-needs-workforce/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork

 

Alabama GRIT Buddies

A+ Education Partnership,

Alabama Alliance for Arts Education,

Alabama Association of School Boards,

Alabama Association of School Business Officials,

Alabama ASCD,

Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics,

Alabama Literacy Alliance,

Alabama Mathematics, Science, Technology Education Coalition,

Alabama National Board Certified Teachers Network,

Alabama PTA,

Alabama School Library Association,

Alabama State Council on the Arts,

Alabama State Department of Education,

Birmingham Business Alliance,

Birmingham Education Foundation,

Black Belt Education Coalition,

Business Council of Alabama,

Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama,

Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham,

Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools,

Greater Birmingham Math Partnership,

Huntsville Council of PTAs,

Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce,

The Literacy Council of Central Alabama,

Manufacture Alabama,

Mike and Gillian Goodrich Foundation,

Military Child Education Coalition,

Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce,

Mobile Area Education Foundation,

Montgomery Education Foundation,

The Schools Foundation of Madison County,

School Superintendents of Alabama, and

VOICES for Alabama’s Children.

Source:  http://blog.al.com/wire/2014/02/who_supports_the_common_core_b.html

 

 College Transparency Act Supporters

AccessLex Institute

Achieve Atlanta

Achieving the Dream

Advance CTE

American Association of Community Colleges

American Educational Research Association

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund

Aspen Institute College Excellence Program

Association for Career and Technical Education

Association for Manufacturing Technology

Association of Public and Land-grant Universities

Association of Public Data Users

Atlanta Regional Workforce Development Board

Bottom Line

California EDGE Coalition

Campaign for College Opportunity

Center for American Progress

Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)

Cobb Chamber of Commerce

College Now Greater Cleveland

Colorado Center on Law and Policy

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

Council for Adult and Experiential Learning

Dallas County Community College District

Data Quality Campaign

Deans for Impact

Democrats for Education Reform

Excelencia in Education

Five Star Development, Inc.

Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce

Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education

Georgia Department of Education

Global Resource Management, Inc. (GRMI)

Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce

GW Institute of Public Policy, George Washington University

Holder Construction Company

Indiana Institute for Working Families

Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP)

Jordan Matsudaira, Assistant Professor Cornell University

Knowledge Alliance

Learn4Life

Lehman College of The City University of New York

Louisiana State University

Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition

MCCI Medical Group

Metro Atlanta Chamber

NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

National Higher Education Benchmarking Institute

National Association for College Admission Counseling

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

National Council for Workforce Education

National Skills Coalition

New America

New Growth Group, LLC

New York Association of Training & Employment Professionals (NYATEP)

Nexus Research and Policy Center

Partners for a Competitive Workforce

Partnership for College Completion

Policy Matters Ohio

Postsecondary Analytics

Public Insight Corporation

Rebuilding America’s Middle Class

Scholarship America

Skills2Compete Colorado

SkillWorks

​Software & Information Industry Association

Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board

StriveTogether

Student Veterans of America

The Bell Policy Center

The Education Trust

The Institute for College Access & Success (TICAS)

The State University of New York

Third Way

Towards Employment

TRC Staffing Services

uAspire

UNCF

United Way of Greater Atlanta

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Veterans Education Success

Virginia Community College System

WKBJ Foundation

Women Employed

Workforce Data Quality Campaign

Workforce Solutions Group

WSP USA

Young Invincibles

Source:  http://www.ihep.org/press/opinions-and-statements/postsecondary-data-collaborative-and-workforce-data-quality-campaign

Thought Police Sites Online

Sites that engage in one of the following are considered thought police sites:

1.)  Sites that blatantly and deliberately censor conservative posts or content.  (Like Facebook, among others)

2.) Sites that try and go after people that don’t tow the PC line (like OK Cupid, which blocked Mozilla to try and force them to get rid of Brendan Eich.)

First up, Leadpages, a hosting site that decided to censor 2nd Vote’s Target  Boycott, claiming that it  was”hateful” and “anti-diversity”.  This is a common tactic of the Left:  https://2ndvote.com/urgent-anywherebuttarget-shut-down/

Then there’s the obvious one, Facebook:  http://louderwithcrowder.com/not-shocking-facebook-censors-conservative-websites/

And another one, Youtube:   http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/dennis-prager-youtube-censors-conservative-content/

What the Left isn’t telling you about “separation of church and state”

The First Amendment mentions in the first Amendment

Congress shall make no law respecting an Establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.

What could be construed as an “establishment”?

First of all, I would think the following would qualify:

1.) An official national church that would have some say over the actual law making, enforcement, or judicial actions of the federal government.

2.)  A caliphate (Islam) or Inquisition (Catholicism) that would go after non-adherents to a particular sect.

3.)  The formal banning of religion and the establishment of atheism.

4.) Also, maybe not the formal complete banning of religion, but only allowing government approved religion (like where churches had to sign an agreement with the government agreeing only to teach on certain things or else said church couldn’t legally operate.  (This practice was done in the old USSR.)

 

The first word in the First Amendment is a clue to the scope of it: Congress.    Congress was the only VALID law making body when our Constitution was founded.   It only applied to the national legislature.  As for the state legislatures, they actually had taxpayer funded official state churches in 12 of the 13 original states.

The letter in question that the Supreme Court perverted to get their ruling was some people asking Thomas Jefferson, as there had been official state churches, if there would ever be a national church like that.  He said no and that there would remain a wall of separation of church and state.

Jefferson can’t have meant that he didn’t want church and government to remain separate on EVERY ISSUE.  (He used federal money, while President, to put missions on Indian laws in an effort to convert the Indians, so if a memo was going around about Separation of Church and State back then, Jefferson clearly NEVER got it.)

Furthermore, the Left fails to mention how, for about 200 years, the country seemed to not be aware of the “separation of church and state” that was somehow hidden within the 1st Amendment all that time.    Obviously, the reason for that is, because, much like the “right” to abortion, it WASN’T there.

Schools were NOT under the jurisdiction of the federal government, and thus, under the 10th Amendment, they fell to the state government (and the state governments left them in large part to the local governments.)

Thus, when applying their grounds to try and ban school prayer, the Supreme Court misinterpreted the 10th Amendment (by stretching the 1st Amendment to apply to ALL governments, rather than just Congress) and also the 10th Amendment (by taking a role in education that the federal government wasn’t authorized to do so.)

 

Supporters of a Progressive Income Tax and other Redistributive Taxing

Let’s first start with supporters of a Progressive Income Tax.

The Center for Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP)

Source:  http://www.forbes.com/sites/patrickgleason/2014/04/29/blue-state-taxpayer-blues/#18419aa36220

AARP

Source:  http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/about_aarp/aarp_policies/2011_04/pdf/Chapter3.pdf

Ocean State Action

Source:  http://wfc2.wiredforchange.com/o/8779/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=8160

Center on Budget Policy and Priorities Buddies

2015

Over $500,000
Anonymous (1)
The Atlantic Philanthropies
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Ford Foundation
JPB Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The Kresge Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Open Society Foundations
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Sandler Foundation
Stoneman Family Foundation
Walmart Foundation
Wyss Foundation
$250,000 to $499,999
Anonymous (1)
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Center for Law and Social Policy
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Popplestone Foundation
$100,000 to $249,999
Anonymous (2)
M. Quinn Delaney and Wayne Jordan
desJardins/Blachman Fund
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Good Ventures
The George Gund Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Melville Charitable Trust
Oak Foundation
Price Philanthropies Foundation
Public Welfare Foundation
Charles H. Revson Foundation
The Schooner Foundation
Stephen M. Silberstein
WhyNot Initiative
Billy & Audrey L. Wilder Foundation
$50,000 to $99,999
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
Bohemian Foundation
California HealthCare Foundation
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
MAC AIDS Fund
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation
The Worthington Family Charitable Fund
$25,000 to $49,999
Anonymous (1)
Georgetown University
Joseph and Marie Field Foundation
Food Research and Action Center/ConAgra Feeding Children Better Foods Foundation
National Education Association
Kathryn P. Nelson
New Directions Foundation
Paul Rudd
Sandor and Faye M. Straus
$10,000 to $24,999
Anonymous (1)
Bridging Peace Fund of Tides Foundation
Butler Family Fund
California Community Foundation
Campion Foundation
Hanley Foundation
Friedman Family Foundation
Nick and Leslie Hanauer
Ann and John Hisle
Joan Huffer and Rob Dugger
Leaves of Grass Fund
Margot and Roger Milliken
Mario Morino
Philippe and Kate Villers
$5,000 to $9,999
Anonymous (2)
Henry J. and Ruth Aaron
Leslie Carothers
Thomas and Noey Congdon
Mary and Bob Eccles
David and Margot de Ferranti
Donald Formanek
Augusta H. Gross and Leslie B. Samuels Fund
Robin Vink and Kim Wallace
Yellow House Fund of Tides Foundation
$1,000 to $4,999
Kenneth Apfel
The Arkay Foundation
Kathryn Baer
Mekalya Beaver and Greg Brown
Oscar and Anna Bentley Charitable Foundation
Elinor and Alan Berg Philanthropic Fund
Jared Bernstein and Kay Arndorfer
Drake Bettner
Brown Family Foundation
T. Scott Bunton
Gary T. Burtless and Elsie Bruml
Henry A. Coleman
The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
Daughters of Charity
James and Gwyn Fields
Geoffrey Garin and Debbie Berkowitz
Elizabeth Gibson
Jerome Glickman
Robert Greenstein
Hernández-Stern Family Fund
Christopher Jencks
The Lederer Foundation
Lawrence B. and Claire K. Morse
New Prospect Foundation
Linda Paulson
Douglas H. Phelps
Marion Pines
Robert D. and Charlotte Reischauer
Ann Rosewater
Susan Sechler and Lloyd Timberlake
Melanne and Phillip Verveer
Robert A. Weinberger
William Julius Wilson
Eleanor M. Worth
$500 to $999
Shep and Kathryn Abell
Jeremy Aron-Dine
Ronald B. David
Mark Fenster
Louis J. Glazer
Joel Golden Fund
Peter M. Gottesman
Susan Gross
Carl and Crystal Groth
Michaela M. Johnson
Alan and Carol Kamin
Sandra S. Kramer
Leighton Ku
Terry Lierman
Mike and Debra McCurry
Eric P. and Annette Nellen
Kris and Barbara Pueschel
Tricia Rubacky and Bill Merritt
Carol Schatz
Emily Spieler
Byron and S. Lee Stookey
James Striker and Wendy Epstine
Andrew Zucker
$250 to $499
Anonymous
Jennifer A. Adams
Evalyn and Joseph Basloe
Allan and Jan Bergman
Michael Campbell
Richard G. Clemens
Sheldon Danziger
Andrew Dolkart
The Honorable Stuart E. Eizenstat
Martin Forchheimer and Nancy Firestone
Harley Frazis
James O. Gibson
Hart Research Associates
James Hawthorne
Jewish Communal Fund
David Kleinberg
David Krantz and Marybeth Shinn
Casey McKeever
Edward McLaughlin
Michael S. McPherson and Sandy Baum
Adam Ring
Tal and Irene Basloe Saraf
Margaret Schmid

Institutional Funders for DC Fiscal Policy Institute
(A semi-independent project of CBPP)
$100,000 to $249,999
The Naomi and Nehemiah Cohen Foundation
Moriah Fund
$50,000 to $99,999
The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Washington Area Women’s Foundation
$25,000 to $49,999
William S. Abell Foundation
The Benjamin Fund
Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Compass
Consumer Health Foundation
Horning Family Fund
Taproot Foundation
$10,000 to $24,999
Diane & Norman Bernstein Foundation
Butler Family Fund
Prince Charitable Trusts
The Share Fund
The World Bank
$5,000 to $9,999
Change to Win
Enterprise Community Partners
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Unite Here Local 25
$1,000 to $4,999
Metropolitan Washington Council, ALF-CIO
District of Columbia Firefighters Association
North America’s Building Trades Union
Washington Teachers’ Union
$500 to $999
AFGE Local 383
Unite Here Local 23

Source:  http://www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/atoms/files/honor_roll_2015_1.21.15.pdf

2014

Over $500,000
Anonymous (1)
The Atlantic Philanthropies
The JPB Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Ford Foundation
W. K. Kellogg Foundation
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Open Society Foundations
Sandler Foundation
Stoneman Family Foundation
Walmart Foundation
HJW Foundation
$250,000 to $499,999
Anonymous (1)
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Center for Law and Social Policy (Work Support Strategies contract)
The Kresge Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Popplestone Foundation
$100,000 to $249,999
Anonymous (1)
The Borrego Foundation
M. Quinn Delaney and Wayne Jordan
David desJardins and Nancy Blachman
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Good Ventures
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Joyce Foundation
Melville Charitable Trust Oak Foundation
Price Philanthropies
Public Welfare Foundation
Charles H. Revson Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
Stephen M. Silberstein
The Billy and Audrey L. Wilder Foundation
$50,000 to $99,999
Bohemian Foundation
The California Endowment
The George Gund Foundation
Paul Harstad Family Impact Fund
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
MAC AIDS Fund
The Moriah Fund
The Schooner Foundation
WhyNot Initiative
Worthington Family Charitable Fund
$25,000 to $49,999
Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
Marilyn Clements Charitable Fund
Robert H. Dugger and Joan Huffer
Joseph and Mary Field Family Foundation
Food Research and Action Center/ConAgra Feeding Children Better Foods Foundation
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
Paul Rudd
Schott Foundation for Public Education
Sandor and Faye M. Straus
Working Assets
$10,000 to $24,999
Butler Family Fund
California Family Foundation
Campion Foundation
John F. Cogan
Thomas and Noey Congdon
The Frees Foundation
Friedman Family Foundation
Nick and Leslie Hanauer Foundation
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (contract)
Orin Kramer
Rochelle S. Kaplan and Arthur D. Lipson
Margot and Roger Milliken
Mario Morino
New Directions Foundation
Peter R. Orszag
The Uhrigh/Vournas Charitable Fund
Philippe and Kate Villers
Walmart Stores
$5,000 to $9,999
Anonymous (1)
Henry J. and Ruth Aaron
AFL-CIO
The Arkay Foundation
Jano Cabrera
Leslie Carothers
Robert and Mary Eccles
David and Margot de Ferranti
Augusta H. Gross and Leslie B. Samuels Fund
Leaves of Grass Fund
Sunflower Foundation Health Care of Kansans
Yellow House Fund of the Tides Foundation
Robin Vink and Kim Wallace
$1,000 to $4,999
Kenneth Apfel
Anbinder Family Foundation
Brian Arbogast and Valerie Tarico
Jeremy Aron-Dine
Tracy Baron
Elinor and Alan Berg Philanthropic Fund
Drake Bettner
Brown Family Foundation
T. Scott Bunton
Stephen Bruce Cohen
Henry A. Coleman
Daughters of Charity
The Honorable Tom Downey
James and Gwyn Fields
Geoffrey Garin and Debbie Berkowitz
Leigh Gibson
Jerome Glickman
Robert Greenstein
The Japopaul Family Fund of the Arlington Community Foundation
Christopher Jencks
Carol and Alan Kamin
Lederer Foundation
Paul Leonard
Lawrence B. and Claire K. Morse
New Prospect Foundation
Jon Orszag
Marion Pines
Roseben Fund
Ann Rosewater
Susan Sechler and Lloyd Timberlake
Robert A. Weinberger
Eleanor M. Worth
Andrew Zucker
$500 to $999
Mark Fenster
Dr. Joel S. Golden

DC Fiscal Policy Institute
(A semi-independent project of CBPP)
Over $100,000
The Moriah Fund
$50,000 to $99,999
Naomi & Nehemiah Cohen Foundation
Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
$25,000 to $49,999
Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
World Bank
Less than $25,000
Consumer Health Foundation
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Marpat Foundation
Roseben Fund
International Budget Partnership
(A semi-independent project of CBPP)
$500,000 or more
UK Department for International Development
Ford Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation Open Society Foundations
Less than $500,000
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
World Bank

Source:  http://www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/atoms/files/2014_donor_support.pdf

Supporters of the Contraceptive Mandate

These are the supporters of the, luckily foiled, contraceptive mandates against Hobby Lobby and groups like Little Sisters of the Poor.

Zubik v. Burwell

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Physicians for Reproductive Health, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Nurses Association

The American Academy of Pediatrics

The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance, Its Partner Members and Scientific Advisors

Baptist Joint Committee with Douglas Laycock

Catholics for Choice

Call to Action
CORPUS
A Critical Mass: Women Celebrating Eucharist
DignityUSA
The National Coalition of American Nuns
New Ways Ministry
The Quixote Center/Catholics Speak Out
The Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual
The Women’s Ordination Conference

Anti-Defamation League

Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice
Hindu American Foundation
Interfaith Alliance Foundation
Japanese American Citizens League
The Jewish Social Policy Action Network
Keshet
National Council of Jewish Women
The Organization of Chinese Americans
People for the American Way Foundation
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Religious Institute
Women’s League for Conservative Judaism

National Women’s Law Center
9to5
Abortion Care Network
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Federation of State, County and Municipal
Employees (AFL-CIO)
American Sexual Health Association
Atlanta Women for Equality
Business & Professional Women’s Foundation (BPWF)
California Women Lawyers (CWL)
California Women’s Law Center (CWLC)
Center for Community Change
Chicago Foundation for Women
Coalition of Labor Union Women
Connecticut Citizen Action Group
Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF)
District of Columbia Employment Justice Center
Equal Rights Advocates (ERA)
Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF)
Gender Justice
Girls Inc.
Good Jobs First
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
Institute for Science and Human Values
Jewish Women International (JWI)
League of Women Voters of the United States
Legal Momentum
Legal Voice
Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center
Maine Women’s Lobby
MANA, A National Latina Organization
Mental Health America (MHA)
MergerWatch
Methodist Federation for Social Action (“MFSA”)
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL)
National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC)
National Consumers League (NCL)
National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
National Institute for Reproductive Health
National Organization for Women
National Partnership for Women & Families
North Dakota Women’s Network
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA)
Population Connection
Pro-Choice Resources
Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need
(RWV)
Re:Gender
Reproductive Health Access Project
Reproductive Health Technologies Project (RHTP)
Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law (Shriver
Center)
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.
(SIECUS)
SisterReach
South Carolina Coalition for Healthy Families
Southwest Women’s Law Center
UltraViolet
UniteWomen.org ACTION
USAction
The Women Donors Network (WDN)
Women Employed
Women of Reform Judaism
Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia
Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press
Ms. Foundation for Women
NARAL Pro-Choice America
National Abortion Federation (NAF)
Women’s Law Center of Maryland, Inc.
Women’s Law Project (WLP)
WVFREE

Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Students, Faculty, and Staff at Religiously Affiliated
Universities, including:
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
DePaul University
Fordham University
Fordham University School of Law
Georgetown University
Georgetown University Law Center
Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles)
Loyola University New Orleans
Saint Louis University School of Law
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
University of Notre Dame

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

ACT for Women and Girls
Advocates for Youth
National Advocates for Pregnant Women
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum
Black Women’s Health Imperative
California Latinas for Reproductive Justice
Casa de Esperanza
Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at the
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive
Rights (COLOR)
Desiree Alliance
Farmworker Justice
In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive
Justice Agenda
LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Law Students for Reproductive Justice
MANA, A National Latina Organization
National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR)
National LGBTQ Task Force
National Network of Abortion Funds
Northwest Health Law Advocates
Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health
SisterLove, Inc.
SisterReach
SisterSong National Women of Color
Reproductive Justice Collective
SPARK Reproductive Justice Now!
URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity
Voto Latino
Women With A Vision, Inc (WWAV)
WV FREE

National Health Law Program

American Public Health Association
National Hispanic Medical Association
National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association
National Women’s Health Network
Ipas
Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC)
Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles
Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Black Women’s Health Imperative
Christie’s Place

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc., the Human Rights Campaign, and the Transgender Law Center
Compassion & Choices
American Civil Liberties Union, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the NAACP Legal Defense &
Educational Fund, Inc., the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, and the National Urban League
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc.
AIDS Alabama
AIDS Foundation Chicago
AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania
AIDS Project Los Angeles
AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta
APLA Health & Wellness
Cascade AIDS Project
Community Catalyst, Inc.
Eastern Bank Corporation
The Empowerment Program
Hepatitis Education Project
HIV Prevention Justice Alliance
John Snow, Inc.
Latino Commission on AIDS and the Hispanic Health Network
Legacy Community Health
MassEquality
Minnesota AIDS Project
NO/AIDS Task Force
North Carolina AIDS Action Network
Positive Women’s Network – USA
Project Inform
SisterLove, Inc.
Southern AIDS Coalition
Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative at Duke University
School of Law
Rhode Island Public Health Institute
Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services

Center for Reproductive Rights
Center for Inquiry and American Atheists

American Humanist Association

Source:  http://nwlc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Zubik-Amicus-Brief-Chart-w-Signatories.pdf

 

Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.

Center for Inquiry (“CFI”), the American Humanist Association, American Atheists, the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers, and the Institute for Science and Human Values

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/13-35413-356bsacCenterforInquiry.pdf

NATIONAL HEALTH LAW PROGRAM, AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH NETWORK, NATIONAL LATINA INSTITUTE FOR REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, NATIONAL ASIAN PACIFIC WOMEN’S FORUM, ASIAN AMERICANS ADVANCING JUSTICE, ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER AMERICAN HEALTH FORUM, BLACK WOMEN’S HEALTH IMPERATIVE, FORWARD TOGETHER, NATIONAL HISPANIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, IPAS, SEXUALITY INFORMATION AND EDUCATION COUNCIL OF THE U.S. (SIECUS), HIV LAW PROJECT, CHRISTIE’S PLACE, NATIONAL WOMEN AND AIDS COLLECTIVE, CALIFORNIA WOMEN’S LAW CENTER, AND HOUSING WORKS

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/NHeLP-Amicus-Brief-in-Sebelius-v.-Hobby-Lobby-Stores-and-Conestoga-Wood-Specialties-v.-Sebelius-.pdf

Jewish Social Policy Action Network (JSPAN)

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354-13-356_amcu_jspan.authcheckdam.pdf

Constitutional Accountability Center

Source:  http://theusconstitution.org/sites/default/files/briefs/CAC_Merits_Brief-Sebelius_v_Hobby_Lobby.pdf

Brennan Center for Justice at N.Y.U. School of Law

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/hobby-lobby-brief-as-filed.pdf

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. (“Lambda Legal”), GLMA: Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality (“GLMA”), and Pride at Work—AFL CIO

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/13-354etal-tsacLambdaLegaletal.pdf

Ovarian Cancer National Alliance and its partner members

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/13-354-13-356tsac-Ovarian-Cancer-Natl-Alliance.pdf

National League of Cities, National Association of Counties, International City/County Management Association, US Conference of Mayors, and International Municipal Lawyers Association

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354-13-356_amcu_nlc_etal.authcheckdam.pdf

National Women’s Law Center

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354-13-356_amcu_nwlc-etal.authcheckdam.pdf

Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice
Catholics for Choice (CFC)
CORPUS
DignityUSA
Disciples for Choice
Disciples Justice Action Network
The Global Justice Institute
Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc.
The Hindu American Foundation
Jewish Women International (JWI)
Methodist Federation for Social Action (MFSA)
Metropolitan Community Church (MCC)
Natinonal Coalition of American Nuns (NCAN)
National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)
New Ways Ministry
The Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (RRC)
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC)
The Religious Institute
Society for Humanistic Judaism (SHJ)
Union for Reform Judaism
Unitarian Univeralist Association (UUA)
Unitarian Univeralist Women’s Federation
Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics, and Ritual (WATER)
Women’s Ordination Conference (WOC)

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354-13-356_amcu-ro.authcheckdam.pdf

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354-13-356_amcu_ajc-jcpa.authcheckdam.pdf

US Women’s Chamber of Commerce

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

Source:  http://sblog.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/BSF-Chambers-of-Commerce-Amicus-Brief-Jan-28-FINAL-TO-PRINT-740PM.pdf

Freedom From Religion Foundation
BishopAccountability.org
Children’s Healthcare is a Legal Duty
The Child Protection Project
Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse
Survivors for Justice
Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests

Source:  http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publications/supreme_court_preview/briefs-v3/13-354_pet_amcu_ffrf.authcheckdam.pdf

Phony Criminal Justice Reform Supporters

I plan to list here, the so-called “criminal justice reform” efforts of the Left, that claim that incarceration is happening to too many blacks, too many illegals, too many this or that, or, in some cases, just the Left wanting to try and get rid of prisons in general, thus making the streets less safe to make it easier to cause chaos.   Another thing that will be covered is asking for so-called police reform, either by claiming racism or some other bunk to try and weaken local police departments

Here is a Breitbart article that shows what I mean:  http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/04/26/criminal-justice-reform-hijacked-by-the-left/

Now let’s list the supporters of the so-called criminal justice reform:

Unitarian Universalist Association

http://www.uua.org/multiculturalism/ga/new-jim-crow

Bank of America

National Council of La Raza

Source:  http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/09/24/criminal-justice-reform-stop-ignoring-facts/

This group called Grassroots Leadership, is helping fight deportations and whines about a “Prison Industrial Complex” and that it is incarcerating people for profit:  http://grassrootsleadership.org/mission.html

A similar group is called “Justice Strategies”.   They count among their allies the  American Friends Service Committee (AZ), the Connecticut Alliance, the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, Families for Freedom (NY), Justice Maryland, the New Bottom Line Campaign (AL), the Prison Moratorium Project (NY), the Second Chance Campaign (NJ), WISDOM’s “TIP” campaign (WI), the Western Prison Project (now the Partnership for Safety and Justice in OR), the national Detention Watch Network and the Mississippi ACLU

Source:  http://www.justicestrategies.org/who-we-are

Another group is called “Critical Resistance”.   They also whine about the “prison industrial complex” and bla bla bla.   Their allies are:

All of Us or None
Appalshop/ Calls from Home
Barrios Unidos
California Coalition for Women Prisoners
Californians United for a Responsible Budget
Eastside Arts Alliance
Free the SF8
Freedom Archives
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children
Justice Now
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity Coalition
Southern California Library
Stop the Injunctions Coalition
TGI Justice Project
Xicana Moratorium Coalition
Youth Justice Coalition

Source:  http://criticalresistance.org/about/

I looked up the Stop the Injunctions Coalition and they appear to be another such group.

Their allies are:

Source:   https://stoptheinjunction.wordpress.com/about/

Phony Police Reform Supporters

Communities United for Police Reform Buddies

  • 32BJ SEIU
  • 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care
  • 1199SEIU Healthcare Workers East
  • Adhikaar for Human Rights
  • Advocacy Institute
  • Ali Forney Center
  • ALIGN
  • Alliance for Educational Justice
  • Alliance for Quality Education
  • Amnesty International USA
  • Ancient Song Doula Services
  • Apogee Journal
  • BAYAN USA
  • Best Practices Policy Project
  • Black Alliance for Just Immigration
  • Black Allied Law Students Association at NYU
  • Black Lives Matter NYC
  • Blacks in Law Enforcement of America
  • Blacks in Technology – New York
  • The Black Institute
  • BOOM! Health
  • Brandworkers
  • Brooklyn Community Pride Center
  • Brooklyn Defender Services
  • Brooklyn Democratic Socialists of America
  • Brooklyn NAACP
  • BYP 100-NYCaribbean Equality Project
  • Center for Anti-Violence Education
  • Center for Community Alternatives
  • Center for Community Change
  • Center on Race, Crime & Justice of John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • ChangeLab
  • Children’s Defense Fund-New York
  • Churches United for Fair Housing
  • Coalition for Educational JusticeCommunity Development Project at the Urban Justice Center
  • Community Service Society
  • Damayan Migrant Workers Association
  • Dignity in Schools Campaign – NY
  • DreamYard Art Center
  • Enlace
  • Equality for Flatbush
  • Faith In New YorkFilipino American Democratic Club of New York
  • Freedom Side
  • Future of Tomorrow
  • Gay Asian and Pacific Islander Men of New YorkGirls Educational & Mentoring Services
  • Global Action Project
  • GMHC: Gay Men’s Health Crisis
  • GOLES Good Ole Lower East Side
  • Harlem United
  • Harm Reduction Coalition
  • Hetrick-Martin Institute
  • HIV Prevention Justice Alliance
  • House of Peace, Inc.
  • Housing Works
  • Ijo Orisa Yoruba Church
  • INCITE! Women, Gender Non-Conforming, and Trans people of Color Against Violence
  • Jewish Voice for Peace-NYC
  • Journey for Justice Alliance
  • Justice League NYC
  • JustLeadershipUSA
  • Labor Council for Latin American Advancement-NYC
  • Lambda Legal
  • Latino Commission on AIDS
  • Legal Action Center
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York
  • LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent
  • Local 1180 CWA
  • Long Island Democrats
  • Majlis Ash-Shura (Islamic Leadership Council) of New York
  • Mekong NYC
  • Met Council on Housing
  • Metropolitan Community Church of New York
  • Micah Institute
  • Middle Collegiate Church
  • Million Hoodies for Justice
  • Mothers on the Move
  • MomsRising
  • Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (MuslimARC)
  • Muslim Community Network
  • NAACP New York State Conference
  • National Action Network
  • National Latino Officers Association
  • National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund
  • New Immigrant Community Empowerment
  • New Kings Democrats
  • New School Students Against Police Brutality
  • New York City Congress for Puerto Rican Rights
  • New York City Democratic Socialists of America
  • New York City Environmental Justice Alliance
  • New York City New Sanctuary Coalition
  • New York May 1st Coalition for Workers and Immigrant Rights
  • New York Metro Area Postal Union
  • New York State Nurses Association
  • Nodutdol for Korean Community Development
  • OmoObatalaEgbe, Inc
  • OutRight Action International
  • Palante Technology Cooperative
  • Peace Poets / Brotherhood Sister Sol
  • Peoples Power Assemblies
  • Picture the Struggle
  • Police Reform Organizing Project
  • Poverty Initiative / Kairos Center for Religious, Rights, & Social Justice
  • Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
  • Queerocracy
  • Rhiza Collective
  • Red Hook Initiative
  • Red Umbrella Project
  • Responsible Endowments Coalition
  • SEEPCollective
  • Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center
  • Showing Up for Racial Justice
  • Shut It Down NYC Mutual Aid Support Community
  • St. Anne’s Corner of Harm Reduction – SACHR
  • St Lydia’s Church
  • St. Matthew’s Baptist Church of Harlem
  • Street Vendor Project
  • Students for Justice in Palestine
  • TeachDream
  • Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
  • Transportation Alternatives
  • True To Life (formally known as 49 strong)
  • Ugnayan Youth for Justice and Social Change
  • Union Theological Seminary / Poverty Initiative
  • UPROSE
  • Urban Justice Center
  • Urban Youth Collaborative
  • The Village Zendo
  • War Resisters League
  • Washington Heights Corner Project
  • Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance
  • Working Families Party
  • Yoruba Society of Brooklyn, Inc.

Source:  http://changethenypd.org/campaign/intro-members

BDS Supporters

Let’s list the BDS (Boycott Divest Sanction) guys:

Source:  https://psfcbds.wordpress.com/statements-of-support/

Black Lives Matter

Source:  http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.735206

UAW-2865

Source:  http://www.nooccupiedpalestine.org/letters-of-support.html

Friends of the Earth International

Source:  https://bdsmovement.net/news/friends-earth-international-statement-support-bds-and-campaign-against-mekorot

Angela Davis, Cornel West, Dream Defenders, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Talib Kweli, the Organization for Black Struggle, Jasiri X, Rosa Clemente and Patrisse Cullor

Source:  http://www.colorlines.com/articles/more-1000-black-activists-sign-statement-support-palestine

1African Awareness Association Richmond, VA

2All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)United States

3Amistad Law ProjectWest Philadelphia

4Assata’s DaughtersChicago, IL

5Baltimore BlocBaltimore, MD

6Barry University Black Student UnionMiami, FL

7Black Autonomy Federation-North East BranchNew York City

8Black Bottom, LLCDetroit, MI

9Black Student Alliance at YaleNew Haven, CT

10Black Student Alliance Executive Board – St. Louis UniversitySt. Louis, MO

11Black Student Union at UC BerkeleyBerkeley, CA

12Black Unity GroupSan Jose, CA

13Black Workers For JusticeNorth Carolina

14BlaQue UCLALos Angeles, CA

15Coalition of African LesbiansAfrica

16Columbia University Black Students’ OrganizationNew York, NY

17Columbus Coalition on Mental Health, Addiction & Mass IncarcerationColumbus, Ohio

18Detroit Youth VolumeDetroit, MI

19Dorothy Cotton InstituteIthaca, NY

20Friends of the CongoWashington, DC

21Hands Up UnitedSaint Louis, MO

22Institute of the Black World 21st CenturyAtlanta, GA

23James and Grace Lee Boggs Center to Nurture Community LeadershipDetroit, MI

24

MAD Mothers NL (Mothers Against Discrimination and Racism Netherlands)

Netherlands

25Madre Tierra CollectiveWashington, DC

26Malcolm X Grassroots MovementNew Afrika

27Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)St. Louis, MO

28Muslims for Economic, Racial and Reproductive JusticeUnited States

29Network for the Elimination of Police ViolenceToronto

30New Afrikan Independence PartyPittsburgh, PA

31New Jim Crow MovementJacksonville, FL

32ONE DCWashington, DC

33Organization for Black StruggleSt. Louis, MO

34Peace by PieceUSA

35Progressive Millennials for ActionChicago, Illinois

36San Francisco BayviewSan Francisco, CA

37Spoken Word Alliance at TuftsMedford, MA

38Stanford NAACP Executive CommitteePalo Alto, CA

39The CornerstoneBoston, MA

40The Dream DefendersMiami, FL

41The Freedom ArchivesSan Francisco, CA

42Tribe XSt. Louis, MO

43Tufts Pan-African AllianceMedford, MA

44UCLA Afrikan Student UnionLos Angeles, CA

45Ujima People’s Progress PartyBaltimore

46We Are the OnesBoston, MA

47We The People of DetroitDetroit, MI

48Wisdom Within Health & WellnessColumbus, OH

49Women of Colour Global Women’s Strike UKUnited Kingdom

Source:  http://www.blackforpalestine.com/view-the-signatories.html

The Presbyterian Church USA and the United Methodist Church (UMC), the Dutch pension fund PGGM and the Norwegian, Luxembourg and New Zealand governments,  Nordea and Danske Bank and George Soros and Bill Gates

Source:  https://bdsmovement.net/economic-boycott

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

 United Church of Christ, Quakers, Mennonite Central Committee, the Catholic Conference of Major Superiors of Men, and the Alliance of Baptists.

Source:  https://bdsmovement.net/news/us-churches-advance-effective-solidarity-palestinian-freedom-justice-and-equality

The United Nations

Source:  http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/01/03/un-follows-up-settlement-vote-with-blacklist-plan-for-israeli-companies.html

Supporters of the Dream Act

Technically this could go under the entry of those supporting illegal youth, but I have found a big list of Dream Act supporters and decided to make it have its own entry.  Let’s do state by state first.

 

Arizona

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Arizona.pdf

Arkansas

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Arkansas.pdf

California

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/California.pdf

District of Columiba

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/DC.pdf

Florida

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Florida.pdf

Illinois

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Illinois-univ-presidents-DREAM-statement.pdf

Dr. Michael J. Hogan, President of University of Illinois
Rev. Dennis Holtschneider, C.M., President of DePaul University
Rev. Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., President of Loyola University
Dr. Sharon K. Hahs, President University of Northeastern Illinois University
Dr. Charles Middleton, President of Roosevelt University
Dr. Donna Carroll, President of Dominican University
Dr. Christine Wiseman, President of St. Xavier University
Dr. Morton Schapiro, President of Northwestern University
Dr. Andrew Sund, President of St. Augustine College

llinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights.

Source:  http://www.iyjl.org/a-letter-from-our-university-presidents-why-we-support-the-dream-act/

Indiana

Source:   https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Indiana.pdf

Louisiana

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Louisiana.pdf

Massachusetts

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Massachusetts.pdf

Presidents of Harvard, Tufts, Boston University, Northeastern, MIT, UMass, Boston College, and the chancellor of UMass Boston

Source:  http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2010/9/21/act-letter-dream-support/

New Jersey

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/NewJersey.pdf

New Jersey Dream Act Coalition Buddies

Anakbayan NJ

IRATE & First Friends

Latin American Legal Defense & Education Fund

American Friends Service Committee- Immigrant Right’s Program, Newark, NJ

Princeton DREAM Team

Latino Student Council- Rutgers University

Source:  https://web.archive.org/web/20120615232341/http://www.njdac.org/index1.php#allies

New York

Source:   https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/NewYork.pdf

Candace K. Beinecke
Chair
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Kevin Burke
Chairman, President, and CEO
Con Edison
Russell L. Carson
Co-Founder and General Partner
Welsh, Carson, Anderson &
Stowe
Robert B. Catell
Chairman US
National Grid
Kenneth I. Chenault
Chairman and CEO
American Express Company
James Dimon
Chairman, President, and CEO
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jeff Kindler
CEO and Chairman
Pfizer
Rochelle B. Lazarus
Chairman
Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide
Martin Lipton
Senior Partner
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
Terry J. Lundgren
Chairman, President, and CEO
Macy’s, Inc.
John J. Mack
Chairman and CEO
Morgan Stanley
K. Rupert Murdoch
Chairman and CEO
News Corporation
Richard Parsons
Chairman
Citigroup
Wilbur L. Ross, Jr.
Chairman and CEO
WL Ross & Co. LLC
Jerry I. Speyer
Chairman and Co-CEO
Tishman Speyer
Seth Waugh
CEO
Deutsche Bank Americas
Kathryn Wylde
President and CEO
Partnership for New York City
Mortimer B. Zuckerman
Chairman
Boston Properties

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Bloomberg-DREAM-letter.pdf

Ohio

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Ohio.pdf

Oregon

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Oregon.pdf

Pennsylvania

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Pennsylvania.pdf

Texas

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Texas.pdf

Texas Association of Business

Source:  http://www.commonsenseimmigrationtx.org/trust-business-letter-to-save-the-dream-act/

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
The Texas Association of Business
Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce
San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
TEXAS BUSINESSES
Zachry Group
A&N Realty
La Botanica Restaurant
Tilde, Inc.
Breastfeeding Housecalls, LLC
Jay Company
McMains & Moreno Global Consultants
Espinoza Law Firm
Alamo Awards & Trophies
Dietz, Lawrence & McGiverin PLLC
De Anda Navarro Law Firm
De Mott, McChesney, Curtright and Armendáriz, LLP
Law offices of Kell Simon
Kaplan Law Firm, PLLC
The Law Office of Juan Angel Gomez
Nicole True Law Firm PC
First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin
Walker Gates Vela PLLC
Corvus Precision, LLC
OneSeventeen Media
Beyond Capital Fund
JUST Community Investments
Enable Impact, LLC
Ehco Giving, Inc
Broadbrush Ventures LLC
Freed Foods, Inc.
Assemble
Multiservices in Texas
Texas Insurance and Multiservices
Primer Grey
Nayar & McIntyre, LLP

Source:  http://www.commonsenseimmigrationtx.org/?homepage-item=texas-association-of-business-signs-on-to-trust-coalition-letter

Virginia

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Virginia.pdf

 

Washington

Sourcde:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Washington.pdf

Wisconsin

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Wisconsin.pdf

National Supporters

 

Source:  http://e4fc.org/images/DREAM-Act-Support-Letters-2010-09-17.pdf

 

NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
African American Ministers in Action (AAMIA)
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
American Association of Community Colleges
American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Council on Education
American Federation of Teachers
American Humane Association
American Jewish Committee
Americans for Democratic Action, Inc.
America’s Voice
Amnesty International USA
Anti-Defamation League
Asian American Justice Center
Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO
Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (A-P-L-U)
B’nai B’rith International
Boat People SOS
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Center for Law and Social Policy
Children’s Defense Fund
Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CCIR)
Church World Service
Coalition on Human Needs
Council for Opportunity in Education
Disciples Justice Action Network (Disciples of Christ)
Episcopal Church
Equal Justice Society
Family Violence Prevention Fund
Family Voices, Inc.
First Focus Campaign for Children
First Star
Foster Care Alumni of America
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
Hispanic Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Hmong National Development, Inc.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Interfaith Worker Justice
Irish Apostolate USA
Japanese American Citizens League
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCR)
Legal Momentum
Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Service
Marianist Social Justice Collaborative
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Multicultural Education, Training & Advocacy (META)
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE)
National Association for College Admission Counseling
National Association for the Education and Advancement of Cambodian, Laotian and
Vietnamese Americans (NAFEA)
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
National Association for Multicultural Education
National Association of Working Women
National Association of Social Workers
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)
National Collaboration for Youth
National Council of Jewish Women
National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
National Day Laborers Organizing Network
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Education Association
National Employment Law Project
National Foster Care Coalition
National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
National Immigration Forum
National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
National PTA
National WIC Association
National Women’s Law Center
Nationalities Service Center
NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby
People for the American Way (PFAW)
PICO National Network
Progressive Jewish Alliance
Public Affairs Alliance of Iranians Americans
Public Education Network
Sargent Shriver National Center on Law and Policy
School Social Work Association of America (SSWAA)
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC)
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
The College Board
The Hispanic Association of Evangelicals
The National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd
The United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries
Union for Reform Judaism
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW)
United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
United States Students Association
United We Dream Network
Voices for America’s Children
Western Association of College Admission Counseling
Wider Church Ministries
Wider Opportunities for Women
WIN – the Welcoming Immigrants Network
Young People for Action
YWCA USA
ARIZONA
AZ LULAC Youth
CADENA
Kino Border Initiative
ARKANSAS
Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
Arkansas Justice for Our Neighbors
Catholic Diocese of Little Rock
CALIFORNIA
ACLU of Southern California
Asian American Christians of Southern California for Social Justice
Asian Law Alliance
Asian Law Caucus
Aubain & Guevara ALC
Catholic Healthcare West
California Immigrant Policy Center
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
California National Organization for Women
Center for the Pacific Asian Family
Central American Resource Center of Los Angeles CARECEN-LA
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
Compton United Soccer Club/Soccer for Social Change
Dominican Sisters of San Rafael
East Bay Community Law Center
Greater Valley Immigration, Citizenship & Education Services
International Institute of the Bay Area
Khemer Humanitarian Organization
Korean Resource Center, Los Angeles, CA
L.A. Community Legal Center and Educational
Latino Civil Rights Committee
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area
Methodist Federation for Social Action, California-Pacific Chapter
National Council of Jewish Women, California
Opening Doors, Inc.
Public Counsel
Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network, San Jose
Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange
Venice Family Clinic
COLORADO
Colorado Children’s Campaign
Colorado Organization for Latin Opportunity
Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance
Metro Organizations for People
CONNECTICUT
Connecticut Association for Human Services (CAHS)
Connecticut Legal Services, Inc.
National Council of Jewish Women, Connecticut
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Community Organizations in Action
Law Offices of Richard S. Brownberg
Mensah & Dzubow, PLLC
Soujourners
FLORIDA
Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center
Hispanic Coalition
Pax Christi Northeast Florida
GEORGIA
CLILA – Coalition of Latino Leaders
Redlands Christian Migrant Association
Marin Women’s Commission
The Edwards Law Firm, P.C
ILLINOIS
Diocese of Joliet
Diocese of Joliet – Youth Ministry
Illinois Maternal and Child Health Coalition
SEIU Local 1
Korean American Resource & Cultural Center (KRCC)
Project Irene
Provincial Council of Clerics of St. Viator (Viatorians)
INDIANA
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Refugee and Immigration Ministries
Central Indiana Jobs with Justice
La Casa, Indiana University-Bloomington
La Plaza, Inc.
Latino Youth Collective
Law Office of Hong-min Jun, P.C
Indiana Latino Democratic Caucus
IOWA
Child and Family Policy Center
Sisters of St. Francis of Dubuque
Sisters Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
KANSAS
Catholic Agency for Migration and Refugee Services
Justice and Peace Center
Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth
KENTUCKY
Kentucky Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Western Province
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Congregational Leadership
LOUISIANA
Agenda for Children
Louisiana Association for Bilingual Education
MAINE
Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project
Maine Children’s Alliance
MARYLAND
CASA de Maryland
Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach
Latin American Youth Center
Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Maryland DREAM Youth Committee
Pax Christi Metro DC
Xaverian Brothers
MASSACHUSETTS
Catholic Social
Henry Lee Willis Community Center, Inc.
Massachusetts Citizens for Children
MICHIGAN
Catholic Caucus of Southeast Michigan
Dominica Sisters of Grand Rapids
Michigan’s Children
Office of Social Justice, Christian Reformed Church
MINNESOTA
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud
Hmong America Partnership
Jewish Community Action in St. Paul, MN
Interfaith Coalition on Immigration
Immigration Task Force of the MN UCC Conference
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Paul Province
MISSISSIPPI
Family Resource Center of Northeast Mississippi
El Pueblo – Immigration Legal Services
Mississippi Center for Justice
MISSOURI
InterServ
Latin America/Caribbean Committee of Loretto Community
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Louis Province
MONTANA
Montana Human Rights Network
NEBRASKA
Center for Survivors
Parent-Child Center, Lexington, NE
Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Justice Team
NEVADA
Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada
Safe Nest
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Children’s Alliance of New Hampshire
NEW JERSEY
Association for Children of New Jersey
New Jersey Association on Correction
Statewide Parent Advocacy Network
NEW MEXICO
New Mexico Voices for Children
NEW YORK
Arab American Family Support Center
Catholic Charities of the Dioceses of Albany
Drum Major Institute for Public Policy
New York Asian Women’s Center
NY Conference Board of Church and Society (United Methodist Church)
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Women of Reform Judaism
Women’s City Club of NY
Empire Justice Center
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Albany NY Province
Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester, Inc.
The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester (TIAR)
Thorpe Family Residence, Inc.
UJA Federation New York
YWCA Genesee
YWCAs of the Northeast Region
NEW JERSEY
RESULTS—Central NJ Domestic Chapter
NORTH CAROLINA
Action for Children North Carolina
FaithAction International House
Latin American Coalition
North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals
The Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic Students
OHIO
Voices for Ohio’s Children
Congregation of St. Joseph
Latino Migrant Coalition of Clark County
OKLAHOMA
Immigrant Rights Project, University of Tulsa College of Law
LULAC Oklahoma City Council #19002
YWCA – Tulsa
OREGON
Immigrant Family Advocacy
PENNSYLVANIA
Asian American United
CATA
COLAM of the UMC
Community Youth Organizing Campaign
Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations of the Lehigh Valley
HIAS and the Council Migration Service
Institute for Cultural Partnerships
JUNTOS
Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia
Mision Santa Maria, Madre de Dios
National Council of Jewish Women, Pennsylvania State Public Affairs
Nationalities Service Center
New Vision Asian Youth Service
Pastoral Care for Migrants and Refugees
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
Pennsylvania Council of Churches
Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC)
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center
Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation
PRIME—Ecumenical Commitment to Refugees
Public Citizens for Children and Youth
Sisters of St. Joseph – Baden
St. Paul’s UMC
Vicar for Hispanic Catholics Archdiocese of Philadelphia
RHODE ISLAND
Brown University, Center for the study of Race & Ethnicity in America
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
SOUTH CAROLINA
South Carolina Appleseed Center Legal Justice Center
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
The South Carolina Victim Assistance Network
TEXAS
American Gateways
BARCA, Inc.
Center for Public Policy Priorities
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Dominican Sisters of Houston
Hispanic American Association of East Texas
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, Inc.
La Fe Policy Research and Education Center
La Union del Pueblo Entero (LUPE)
Senior Community Outreach Services, Inc.
Southwest Workers Union
Standing for Truth Foundation
UTAH
Law Office of Francisco J. Roman, PLLC
Perretta Law Office
Salt Lake Community Action Program
Utah Health and Human Rights Project
Voices for Utah’s Children
YWCA of Salt Lake City
VERMONT
Voices for Vermont’s Children
VIRGINIA
Voices for Virginia’s Children
WASHINGTON
Law Office of Pamela E. Englett
Lutheran Public Policy Office of Washington State
Northwest Federation of Community Organizations
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
YWCA Clark County
WISCONSIN
St. Norbert Abbey Justice and Peace Committee
School Sisters of Notre Dame Global Justice & Peace Commission, Milwaukee Province

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/DREAM-sign-on-letter-2010.pdf

 

 

David Abraham (University of Miami)

Leisy Abrego (UCLA)

Art Acevedo (John Marshall Law School)

Jody Agius Vallejo (University of Southern California)

Gino Aisenberg (University of Washington)

Richard Alba (CUNY Graduate Center)

Raquel Aldana (University of the Pacific)

Gunnar Almgren (University of Washington)

Deborah E. Anker (Harvard)

Frances Aparicio (Northwestern University)

Annette R. Appell (Washington University)

Sabrineh Ardalan (Harvard)

Gabriela F. Arredondo (UC Santa Cruz)

Patricia Arredondo (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee)

Judith F. Baca (UCLA)

Jonathan Bach (The New School)

Xóchitl Bada (University of Illinois, Chicago)

Beth Baker-Cristales (CSU Los Angeles)

Filiberto Barajas-López (University of Washington)

Bob Barde (UC Berkeley)

Frank D. Bean (UC Irvine)

Andrew Behnke (North Carolina State University)

Steven W. Bender (University of Oregon)

Michael Benitez Jr (Iowa State University)

Dina Birman (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Rosana Blanco-Cano (Trinity University)

Judith Blau (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Irene Bloemraad (UC Berkeley)

Sarah A. Blue (Northern Illinois University)

Thomas W. Blume (Oakland University)

Deborah A. Boehm (University of Nevada, Reno)

Grant Bogue (Western Illinois University)

Gloria Bonilla-Santiago (Rutgers)

Linda Bosniak (Rutgers)

Christopher Boyer (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Ethel Brooks (Rutgers University)

Susan K. Brown (UC Irvine)

Ronda Brulotte (University of New Mexico)

Simone Buechler (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Hoan N. Bui (University of Tennessee)

Kitty Calavita (UC Irvine)

Jose Zapata Calderon (Pitzer College)

Erik Camayd-Freixas (Florida International University)

Richard Cameron (U of Illinois at Chicago)

Anthony J. Cárdenas-Rotunno (University of New Mexico)

Miguel A. Carranza (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Enrique R. Carrasco (University of Iowa)

J. Manuel Casas (UC Santa Barbara)

Alejandra Castaneda (UC San Diego)

Ernesto Castañeda (University of Texas, El Paso)

Bianet Castellanos (University of Minnesota)

Miguel Ceballos (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Kara Cebulko (Providence College)

María Elena Cepeda (Williams College)

Jennifer M. Chacon (UC Irvine)

Robert S. Chang (Seattle University)

Jorge Chapa (University of Illinois)

Leo R. Chavez (UC Irvine)

Wai Kit Choi (CSU Los Angeles)

David Coates (Wake Forest University)

Kathleen Coll (Stanford University)

Dave Colnic (CSU Stanislaus)

Frances Contreras (University of Washington)

Maria Cook (Cornell University)

Mathew Coleman (Ohio State University)

Cary Cordova (University of Texas at Austin)

Wayne A. Cornelius (UC San Diego)

Mark Courtney (University of Chicago)

Susan Coutin (UC Irvine)

Elaine Cozort (Kishwaukee College)

Kyle Crowder (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Alicia Re Cruz (University of North Texas)

Cindy Cruz (UC Santa Cruz)

Evelyn H. Cruz (Arizona State University)

Paule Cruz Takash (UCLA)

Julia Curry Rodriguez (San Jose State University)

Heather M. Dalmage (Roosevelt University)

Els de Graauw (Baruch College)

Cileine de Lourenço (Bryant University)

Erin Debenport (University of New Mexico)

Alexandra Delano (The New School)

Louis Desipio (UC Irvine)

Pawan Dhingra (Oberlin College)

Eileen Diaz McConnell (Arizona State University)

Julie A. Dinsmore (University of Nebraska at Kearney)

Alesha E. Doan (University of Kansas)

Silvia Domínguez (Northeastern University)

Katharine M. Donato (Vanderbilt University)

S. Renee Domemeir (College of Saint Benedict, St. Johns University)

Roxanne Lynn Doty (Arizona State University)

Julie A. Dowling (University of Illinois)

Joanna Dreby (Kent State)

Cynthia V. Duarte (Notre Dame)

C. Alejandra Elenes (Arizona State University)

Irma Elo (University of Pennsylvania)

James P. Eyster (Ave Maria School of Law)

Cynthia Feliciano (UC Irvine)

Katherine Fennelly (University of Minnesota)

Patricia Fernandez-Kelly (Princeton University)

Les W. Field (University of New Mexico)

Eileen Findlay (American University)

Michelle Fine (CUNY Graduate Center)

Mary J. Fischer (University of Connecticut)

David Scott FitzGerald (UC San Diego)

Chenoa Flippen (University of Pennsylvania)

Estevan Flores (University of Colorado at Denver)

Nilda Flores-Gonzalez (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Nancy Foner (CUNY Graduate Center)

Cybelle Fox (UC Berkeley)

Jonathan Fox (UC Santa Cruz)

Luis R. Fraga (University of Washington)

Luis Fuentes-Rohwer (Indiana University)

Andrew J. Fuligni (UCLA)

Bruce Fuller (UC Berkeley)

Maryellen Fullerton (Brooklyn Law School)

Elizabeth Fussell (Washington State University)

Nancy Gallagher (UC Santa Barbara)

Alyshia Gálvez (Lehman College, CUNY)

Fred Galves (University of the Pacific)

Patricia Gándara (UCLA)

Herbert J Gans (Columbia University)

Emma R. García (Colby College)

Cynthia Garcia-Coll (Brown University)

John Garcia (University of Michigan)

Lisa García Bedolla (UC Berkeley)

Maria Elena Garcia (University of Washington)

María Cristina García (Cornell University)

Matthew Garcia (Brown University)

César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández (Capital University Law School)

Amelia Gavin (University of Washington)

Margaret A. Gibson (UC Santa Cruz)

Denise Gilman (University of Texas at Austin)

Shannon Gleeson (UC Santa Cruz)

Jennifer Glick (Arizona State University)

Placido Gomez (Phoenix School of Law)

Sherri Grasmuck (Temple University)

Frank Graziano (Connecticut College)

Anna Guevarra (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Evelyn Nakano Glenn (UC Berkeley)

Christina Gomez (Northeastern Illinois University)

Roberto G. Gonzales (University of Washington)

Jennifer A. Gonzalez (UC Santa Cruz)

Rachael D. Goodman (George Mason University)

Kirsten Silva Gruesz (UC Santa Cruz)

Anjum Gupta (University of Baltimore)

Elena R. Gutierrez (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Lourdes Gutierrez Najera (Dartmouth College)

Guillermo J. Grenier (Florida International University)

Jacqueline Hagan (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

William Haller (Clemson University)

Rebecca Hamlin (Grinnell College)

Elaine Hampton (University of Texas at El Paso)

Wen-Jui Han (Columbia University)

Emily Hannum (University of Pennsylvania)

Ron Hayduk (Queens College)

Ester Hernandez (CSU Los Angeles)

Francisca James Hernández (Pima Community College)

Manuel de Jesús Hernández-G (Arizona State University at Tempe)

Rubén Hernández-León (UCLA)

Josiah McC. Heyman (University of Texas at El Paso)

Jacqueline Hidalgo (Williams College)

Barbara Hines (University of Texas, at Austin)

Raul Hinojosa Ojeda (UCLA)

Charles Hirschman (University of Washington)

Katherine Hite (Vassar College)

Jennifer L. Hochschild (Harvard University)

Mark C. Holter (University of Kansas)

Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (University of Southern California)

Jeff Hou (University of Washington)

Evelyn Hu-DeHart (Brown University)

Jon M. Hussey (University of North Carolina)

Alan Hyde (Rutgers University)

Armando Ibarra (University of Wisconsin)

Farah Ibrahim (University of Colorado at Denver)

Jonathan Inda (University of Illinois)

Michael Innis-Jiménez (University of Alabama)

Tomás Jiménez (Stanford University)

Kevin R. Johnson (UC Davis)

Susanne Jonas (UC Santa Cruz)

Michael Jones-Correa (Cornell University)

Hye-Kyung Kang (Smith College)

Daniel Kanstroom (Boston College)

Grace Kao (University of Pennsylvania)

Philip Kasinitz (CUNY Graduate Center)

Leila Kawar (Bates College)

Ben Kirshner (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Jean J. Kim (Dartmouth College)

Norma Klahn (UC Santa Cruz)

Lucas Klein (City University of Hong Kong)

J. Morgan Kousser (Caltech)

Kevin Kumashiro (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Nancy S. Landale (Pennsylvania State University)

Jean-Michel Lafleur (Université de Liège)

Rogelio Lasso (John Marshall Law School)

Sylvia R. Lazos (University of Nevada Las Vegas)

Eunice Lee (Harvard)

Jennifer Lee (UC Irvine)

Stephen H. Legomsky (Washington University)

Jeremy Lehnen (University of New Mexico)

Janxin Leu (University of Washington)

Emily Leung (Harvard)

Laura A. Lewis (James Madison University)

Matthew Lister (University of Pennsylvania)

Iraida H. López (Ramapo College of New Jersey)

Jose Antonio Lucero (University of Washington)

Amy Lutz (Syracuse University)

Aurolyn Luykx (University of Texas El Paso)

Beth Lyon (Villanova)

Patrisia Macias Rojas (Sarah Lawrence College)

Alejandro L. Madrid (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Arturo Madrid (Trinity University)

Daryl J. Maeda (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Lisa Magana (Arizona State University)

Pedro A. Malavet (University of Florida)

Solangel Maldonado (Seton Hall University)

Nicolas Mansito III (Broward College)

Christine Marin (Arizona State University)

Elena Marty-Nelson (Nova Southeastern University)

Helen B. Marrow (Tufts University)

H. Nolo Martinez (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

Valerie Martinez-Ebers (University of North Texas)

Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel (Rutgers University)

Erynn Masi de Casanova (University of Cincinnati)

Douglas S. Massey (Princeton University)

Shannan L. Mattiace (Allegheny College)

Kathleen McAfee (San Francisco State University)

James A. McCann (Purdue University)

Elizabeth McCormick (University of Tulsa)

Susan McGilloway (The Community College of Baltimore County)

Ligaya L. McGovern (Indiana University)

John Mckiernan-Gonzalez (University of Texas at Austin)

M. Isabel Medina (Loyola University New Orleans)

Miguel A. Méndez (UC Davis)

Cecilia Menjívar (Arizona State University)

Ronald L. Mize (Cornell University)

Susham Modi (Harvard)

John Mollenkopf (CUNY Graduate Center)

Jessica Lavariega Monforti (The University of Texas, Pan American)

David Montejano (Univ of California, Berkeley)

Jennifer Moore (University of New Mexico)

Jaime Morales (University of Colorado-Boulder)

John Morán González (The University of Texas at Austin)

Charlie V. Morgan (Brigham Young University)

Judith Morganroth Schneider (University of Maryland Baltimore County)

Allan Morotti (University of Alaska Fairbanks)

Michele S. Moses (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA)

Alison Mountz (Syracuse University)

David A. Muga (Skagit Valley College)

Aurelia Lorena Murga (University of Texas El Paso)

Ratnesh Biren Nagda (University of Washington)

Stephanie Nawyn (Michigan State University)

Joseph Nevins (Vassar College)

Lina Newton (Hunter College, CUNY)

Mae N. Ngai (Columbia University)

Alvaro L. Nieves (Wheaton College)

Katsuo Nishikawa (Trinity University)

Julie Novkov (SUNY Albany)

D. Carolina Núñez (Brigham Young University)

Mariela Nuñez -Janes (University of North Texas)

Stephen A. Nuño (Northern Arizona University)

Kysa Nygreen (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

Suzanne Oboler (John Jay College, CUNY)

Leslie Offutt (Vassar College)

Roy Old Person (Wheelock College)

Michael A. Olivas (University of Houston)

Lorena Oropeza (UC Davis)

Vilma Ortiz (UCLA)

Amalia Pallares (University of Illinois, Chicago)

Hyunjoon Park (University of Pennsylvania)

John S.W. Park (UC Santa Barbara)

Yoosun Park (Smith College)

Emilio A. Parrado (University of Pennsylvania)

Manuel Pastor (University of Southern California)

Susan C. Pearce (East Carolina University)

Gina Perez – (Oberlin College)

Clarisa Perez-Armendariz (Bates College)

Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky (UC Santa Barbara, University of Washington)

Katy M. Pinto (CSU Dominguez Hills)

Stephen Pitti (Yale University)

Suet-ling Pong (Penn State University)

Pamela A. Popielarz (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Alejandro Portes (Princeton University)

Dudley L. Poston, Jr. (Texas A&M University)

Hillary Potter (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Mike Powe (University of Washington)

Margaret Power (Illinois Institute of Technology)

Michael P. Predmore (Stanford University)

Doris Marie Provine (Arizona State University)

David Alberto Quijada (St. Mary’s College of California)

Karthick Ramakrishnan (UC Riverside)

Catherine S. Ramírez (UC Santa Cruz)

Brian L. Rich (Transylvania University)

Jenny Rivera (CUNY)

Zully A. Rivera Ramos (University of Illinois)

Cristian A. Roa (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod (Nova Southeastern University)

Gloria M. Rodriguez (UC Davis)

Jaime Javier Rodriguez (University of North Texas)

Juana María Rodríguez (UC Berkeley)

Nestor Rodriguez (The University of Texas at Austin)

Victor C. Romero (Penn State University)

Harriett Romo (University of Texas San Antonio)

Gilberto Rosas (University of Illinois)

Eréndira Rueda (Vassar College)

Vicki Ruiz (UC Irvine)

Rubén G. Rumbaut (UC Irvine)

Elena Sabogal (William Paterson University)

Rhacel Salazar Parrenas (University of Southern California)

Leticia Sanchez (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Raymond Sanchez Mayers (Rutgers University)

Otto Santa Ana (UCLA)

Leticia Saucedo (UC Davis)

Leah Schmalzbauer (Montana State University)

Alicia Schmidt Camacho (Yale University)

Ron Schmidt, Sr. (California State University, Long Beach)

Daniel Schugurensky (Arizona State University)

Hinda Seif (University of Illinois, Springfield)

Christina L. Sisk (University of Houston)

Santiago Silva (University of Texas, Pan American)

Heather A. Smith (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Michael Peter Smith (UC Davis)

Robert C. Smith (Baruch College, CUNY Graduate Center)

Seema Sohi (University of Colorado-Boulder)

David Spener (Trinity University)

Juliet P. Stumpf (Lewis & Clark)

John Stolle-McAllister (Univeristy of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Paula Straile-Costa (Ramapo College of New Jersey)

Dara Z. Strolovitch (University of Minnesota)

Carola Suárez-Orozco (NYU)

Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco (NYU)

Christina Sue (University of Colorado-Boulder)

María Socorro Tabuenca (University of Texas El Paso)

Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada (Boise State University)

David T Takeuchi (University of Washington)

Katherine Tate (UC Irvine)

David E. Tavárez (Vassar College)

Margaret Taylor (Wake Forest University)

Karen Ivette Tejada-Peña (University of Hartford)

Edward E. Telles (Princeton University)

Charles Thompson (Duke)

David B. Thronson (Michigan State University)

Marta Tienda (Princeton University)

Maura I. Toro-Morn (Illinois State University)

Van C. Tran (Harvard University)

Monica M. Trieu (Ohio State University)

Alma M.O. Trinidad (Portland State University)

Madeline Troche-Rodriguez (Truman College)

Rita, E. Urquijo-Ruiz (Trinity University)

Sujey Vega (Sam Houston State University)

Zulema Valdez (Texas A&M University)

Edward D. Vargas (Indiana University)

Felipe Vargas (Indiana University)

Lucila Vargas (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)

Monica W. Varsanyi (John Jay College, CUNY)

Katherine L. Vaughns (University of Maryland)

Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez (Arizona State University)

Charles R. Venator Santiago (University of Connecticut)

Rose Cuison Villazor (Hofstra University)

Vinay Harpalani (Seattle University)

Roger Waldinger (UCLA)

R. Stephen Warner (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Paul Y. Watanabe (University of Massachusetts Boston)

Mary C. Waters (Harvard University)

Sophia Jordán Wallace (University of Kentucky)

Jonathan Weinberg (Wayne State University)

Deborah Weissman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Emily Wexler Love (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Ron W. Wilhelm (University of North Texas)

William Julius Wilson (Harvard)

Philip E. Wolgin (UC Berkeley)

Maria Woltjen (University of Chicago)

Richard A. Wright (Dartmouth College)

Joseph E. Yi (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

Hirokazu Yoshikawa (Harvard University)

Fahmida Zaman (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology)

Marjorie Zatz (Arizona State University)

Pat Zavella (UC Santa Cruz)

Min Zhou (UCLA)

Marc Zimmerman (University of Houston)

Aristide R. Zolberg (New School for Social Research)

Source:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/roberto-g-gonzales/we-can-not-afford-not-to-_1_b_793702.html

 

Source:   https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/DREAM-statements-2011-05.pdf

ASPIRA Association, Inc.
Hispanic Association of Colleges &
Universities, Inc.
Hispanic Federation
Hispanic National Bar Association
Labor Council for Latin American
Advancement
League of United Latin American Citizens
Mexican American Legal Defense &
Educational Fund
National Association of Hispanic Federal
Executives
National Association of Latino Elected and
Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational
Fund
National Council of La Raza
National Hispana Leadership Institute
National Hispanic Council on Aging
National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts
National Hispanic Medical Association
National Puerto Rican Coalition, Inc.
National Conference of Puerto Rican
Women
Southwest Voter Registration Education
Project
United States Hispanic Chamber of
Commerce
U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute

Source:  https://www.nilc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/NHLA-DREAM-Letter-Senate-11-29-10.pdf