Power of Ten Update
In this edition:
- Students take the lead in the struggle for quality education
- Concerned Citizens of East Ramapo on Facebook
- Forum on the Future of Educational Assessment Thursday
- How to help with the May 15 election
1) Students take the lead in the struggle for quality education
Students are now making up a large part of the audience at school board hearings, and they are not accepting the excuses being given by their elders for failing to protect quality education.See Students rally, and then see them speak to the board in clear, deliberate, powerful speeches, demonstrating what it is that we can lose if the board continues on its ruinous course.
2) Concerned Citizens of East Ramapo on Facebook
The Concerned Citizen’s have made an event page for the May 15 election! Please visit and RSVP! Invite your friends!
3) Forum on the Future of Educational Assessment Thursday
Have you ever considered why do we have so much testing in school these days? Do you have concerns about testing in schools? Have you ever wondered about why your child is tested and whether you can better help him/her to be prepared? Join Dr. Edmund W.Gordon and the Gordon Commission for a discussion and forum on these topics and more!Free and open to the publicWhat: Gordon Commission Forums at Rockland Community CollegeWhere: Technology Center, Ellipse (Rm. 8180)Parents – Thursday, April 26, 7:00-9:00 pmTo confirm your attendance or for additional information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4) How to help with the May 15 Election
Are you doing everything you can do to help with the election? Of course you can spread the word to your contacts, neighbors, etc. What else can you do? Here are some ideas:
- Go to www.poweroften.us and sign up for the online phone bank. Start making calls, right from home!
- Get a list of voters in your area and pay them a visit. It can be a very enriching experience to have a meaningful conversation with your neighbors about the value of public education. Email Michael Miller at email@example.com to volunteer for the Get out the Vote effort.
- Donate to the campaign at www.ccoer.com
- Help on election day! Call 845 354 5809 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for info on how to help!