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Join us for a discussion of what is in the new Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorizations and how we can help make the bills better. We are currently operating under the version named No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and it’s critical to all educators, students and parents that the new law makes the right changes and improvements.
All students deserve great public schools and Congress has a responsibility to ensure the appropriate support and policies so that all students are given an opportunity for an education that allows them to thrive. We have the responsibility and opportunity to help Congress do just that.
NEA will host a webinar (combination online presentation and conference call) in the evening of July 11th.
RSVP now in order to receive log-on instructions so you can join us and be up to speed on the law and how to be involved.
You are welcome to join either session on July 11th, just let us know which one you think you will be attending –
- 6pm Eastern / 5pm Central / 4pm Rocky Mountain / 3pm Pacific
- 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central / 7pm Rocky Mountain / 6pm Pacific
And if you haven’t already signed the ESEA petition to Congress, make sure to do that today.
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What We're Reading
- 02/06/2014 "Trust Minnesotans, not outside franchises, on school reform" – Star Tribune
- 02/18/2014 "States sued over education funding" – Stateline
- 02/28/2014 "Prezi And Adobe Join Obama’s ConnectED Tech Initiative For US Classrooms" – TechCrunch
- 03/03/2014 "US Sen. Mark Begich: Alasaka public money for Alaska public schools" – Associated Press
- 03/08/2014 "Dispute Erupts Over School Reform in Newark, NJ" — Associated Press