Worth a thousand words.
Posted November 20, 2013 by Christel Swasey in How the Common Core Initiative Hurts Kids, Teachers, and Taxpayers
Tagged with CCSS, education, Louisiana, moving photos, parental rights, protect children, Rally, Stop Common Core, video, worth a thousand words
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Just wait till the 2014 Legislative session begins… working hard to get the truth out there.
Awesome, we need this in a small town in Kansas! I have not heard a single teacher utter a word about this! There has been a few paragraphs in the school paper but not one meeting informing the community what is happening in our school.
Sherry — if you can, be that voice. I live in Southern CA in a rather conservative town, but the schools are pretty excited about CCSS. You may find that people don’t like what you have to say, but try to have thick skin and just say it. It’s really hard, I know. I have been verbally attacked for my views — thankfully, just on Facebook, not in person. I have made presentations to the school district but get no interest from them in hearing what I have to say. They might actually have to admit they are wrong. Oh and there’s that little matter of the $2 million carrot they are receiving to make sure that CCSS happens here. At least if you do something, you can look yourself in the mirror and know that you are not a victim. Check out the facebook page I set up to try to start educating my city…”Carlsbad Parents for Quality Education” You could do this, too!
Great, great job? Are Louisiana parents going to re-elect their governor – I certainly hope not. In order to save our children we have to find PATRIOTS to govern our country!
Louisiana parents are not being heard. We are being shut out at every turn. Superintendent White has been untruthful over and over again when when he says he’s had meetings with parents. None of us know of such meetings, unless he counts the Jindal-appointed parents on the BESE board as the parents with whom he is meeting.
Bobby Jindal will never be re- elected for anything ever again.
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