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“Is the Common Core good for New Hampshire families and children.” Hear both sides. May 19, St. Anselms

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The forum is sponsored by Cornerstone.  Seating is limited so it is important to RSVP here.

Here’s the flyer:

“Is the Common Core good for New Hampshire families and children.”

Common Core State Standards: A Public Forum

Join us for an informative exchange between supporters and opponents of Common Core.  National and local experts and activists and the chair of the New Hampshire State Board of Education will participate in a forum explaining Common Core and why they either support or oppose the Common Core standards.  We will also welcome audience questions at the end of the discussion.

Panelists include:

Supporters of Common Core

Tom Raffio: President and CEO of Northeast Delta Dental and Chairman of the New Hampshire State Board of Education

Dr. David Pook: teacher at Derryfield School and Granite State College, education consultant and contributing writer of the Common Core English Language Arts standards

Bill Duncan: Retired software entrepreneur, granddad, education advocate and founder of Advancing New Hampshire Public Education

Opponents of Common Core

Jamie Gass: Director of the Center for School Reform at Pioneer Institute 

Emmett McGroarty: Executive Director of Education at American Principles Project

Ann Marie Banfield: Education Researcher and Education Liaison for Cornerstone Action

Date: May 19th

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Location: St. Anselm Institute of Politics

Seating is limited. Please RSVP

 


3 Comments

  1. chrissousa says:

    Why are there no public school educators or experts included on the panel?

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