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Editors: Gustavo E. Fischman   Melissa Cast-Brede   Gene V Glass 

Associate Editors (English): Brian Drake, Claudia Cervantes-Soon, Josephine Marsh, Julie Martin, Keon McGuire, Jeanne Powers

Associate Editors (Portuguese): Mario Azevedo, Maria Luiza Süssekind

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Current Editors: Sonia Nieto, Frederick Erickson, Phil Winne

Inaugural Editors: S. Tobias, J. D. Fletcher, D. C. Berliner

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