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ALABAMA EDUCATION CROSSROADS 1-21-14 Montgomery PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Our primary concern this year is to REPEAL the Common Core.  If we can't get it repealed this session, it will be too entrenched to do so.  We need YOU to come with us!  This Forum will allow Dr. Bice to put forth his reasons for liking Common Core and will provide others the opportunity to present alternative viewpoints and proof for thinking that Common Core is NOT good for Alabama Education. The Forum participants will discuss the pros-cons of Common Core in Alabama.  I would suggest that you click on each name and learn more about each person.  I particularly think you will like Jane Robbins. The details are listed below.  CALL Kay (251-490-4699) and reserve your mini-bus seat for $30.  Pay your fare as you get on board Tuesday.   If we get 14-15 people, the $30 will pay for the mini-bus.  Fewer people will require car pooling and sharing the cost of gasoline.  

Kay 490-4699

 

ALABAMA EDUCATION CROSSROADS 

TUES. JAN 21, 2014         6:30 PM TO 8:30 PM

Leave Mobile at 2PM, pickup available in Spanish Fort and Bay Minette,  

DAVIS THEATER

251 Montgomery St, Montgomery, AL 36104 (map)

  • COMMON CORE
  • CHARTER SCHOOLS
  • STANDARDS AND CURRICULUM
  • VALUES  CLARIFICATION                          
  • DATA COLLECTING
  • PARENTAL CONTROL
  • RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

FORUM PANEL

Dr. Tommy Bice                                              Dr. Terrence O. Moore

AL. State Superintendent                                   Associate Professor of History, Hillsdale College   

Thomas Raines                                               Jane Robbins

Policy Director, A+ Education Partnership           Senior Fellow, American Principles Project

Moderator, Charles B. Campbell, Associate Professor,

Jones Scholl of Law Faulkner University  

 

"I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do." ~~Edward Everett Hale