Re: Parents Coalition of Montgomery
- Sorry for the re post but I believe a correction is in order , I think they are really pissed off .
Tired of the great sucking sound of your tax dollars being flushed down the toilet while educational outcomes decline?
Sick of what happened at Eastern Middle School?
Angry at the secretly formed Advisory Committees secretly chipping away your child's educational programs?
Outraged at Advisory Committees routinely flaunting the Open Meetings Act, the Maryland Public Information Act, etc?
Smoldering about the slash and burn of Special Education?
Not one of the one-size fits all proponents?
Unhappy about the taxation without proper representation of your views on education?
Can't believe the way Carver shovels your money away into private pockets?
Think decision making should be a transparent, accountable process?
Angry that your voice wasn't heard at the MCCPTA meeting?
Feel that Advisory Committee members don't listen to your voices?
Sick of the duplicity, threats, and intimidation?
Partial to non-violent, civilized protests in support of open, transparent, accountable, data-driven processes for a better educational future for OUR KIDS?
Join a protest of concerned parents.
WHEN: April 16, 2009 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: At CESC in Conference Room 127
Spread the word: cross-post, shout from your roof tops, and bring in the crowds.
--- In email@example.com, "pamythompson" <pamythompson@...> wrote:
> Apparently the parents of Montgomery are fed up with the status quo and seek to raise the stakes . What is most interesting is that parents around the country are voicing a growing dissatisfaction with the education system .
> Tired of the great sucking sound of you tax dollars being flushed down the toilet while educational outcomes decline?
> Sick of what happened at Eastern Middle School?
> Angry at the secretly formed Advisory Juntas secretly chipping away your child's educational programs?
> Outraged at Advisory Juntas routinely flaunting the Open Meetings Act, the Maryland Public Information Act, etc?
> Feel that Advisory Junta members don't listen to your voices?
> You have a chance to make your voice heard at the April 16 meeting of the AEI Advisory Junta when the BOE will be present. What is more it will be an OPEN MEETING for sure.
> A non-violent, civilized protest in support of open, transparent, accountable, data-driven processes for a better educational future for OUR KIDS.
> Then again, we could just write emails to the BOE and elected officials that they can ignore and walk us down that garden path.
> Kumar Singam