The following activism alert originated from America's TRUE GRASSROOTS!
The moms are speaking out.
Is Lamar Alexander listening?
Is Congress listening?
|Every legislator in Washington needs to hear Anita speak.|
If they won't invite her to testify
we should demand that they play this radio interview at their hearings.
That stance irked Idaho Superintendent Tom Luna, who told Duncan he would have a big problem if the federal department went directly to districts to work on waivers and didn't join hands with states on the issue. "It's an affront to states rights," Luna told Duncan.
Duncan tried to defuse the argument, saying that it was not his intention to do an end-run around states if district waivers were granted. But Luna, who was elected in 2006 on the Republican ticket, kept hammering away, saying that states had a constitutional right and responsibility to oversee their districts and not let the federal government intervene in such cases.
|HEARINGS are taking place EARLY! |
Contact your elected officials immediately!
|Terrel H. Bell|
The four models of instructional organization outlined in this casebook are difficult programs to implement. The practices of the ten schools described in the case studies are indeed commendable. Yet we do not offer these ten case studies as “exemplary schools” deserving emulation.
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