52331IMPORTANT PARENT ADVISORY MEETING AT QUEENS BOROUGH HALL REGARDING INBLOOM AND STUDENTS' PRIVACY*********
- Jun 11 5:32 PM
Forwarded by a Queens CEC member; unfortunately I will be busy on June 18 – at my annual fundraiser.
Queens parents who are not coming to my fundraiser should be sure to attend and take good notes. Sharren Bates of inBloom (formerly of DOE) and SED have said they will be answering questions; interesting how they refused to do the same at our Brooklyn Town hall.
The attachment, from Dmytro, says to forward your questions to rdarche@... ahead of time. Anyone who is planning to attend let me know and I will send you a new FAQ ahead of time. Thanks Leonie
Dear Queens CEC Members,
We are having a very Important Meeting to discuss in Inbloom next TUESDAY JUNE 18, 2013 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Queens Borough Hall.
Our panel will consist of Adina Lopatin, the NYC DOE’s Deputy Chief Academic Officer, Ken Wagner, New York Sates Associate Commissioner of Education for Curriculum, Assessment and Educational Technology and Sharren Bates, Chief Product Officer of the InBloom group.
We strongly encourage your attendance. It is imperative that we are educated on this topic, and ascertain the information we are seeking to ensure our childrens’ privacy is secured.
Please submit your questions in advance, as indicated on the attached invitation, as soon as possible.
Kindly confirm your attendance.
Queens Borough President Helen Marshall’s Office
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