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Magic Valley Residence Tonight

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 19, 2013 0 Comments

Just a reminder for those in the Magic Valley area. Tonight Jerome First Presbyterian Church, 262 East Ave. A, on Friday, 04/19, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Common Core meeting.  Come learn more than you really wanted to know, but need to know.  Hope to see you there. (The fact that the Jerome First […]

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In Idaho Falls Tonight 4/18

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 18, 2013 0 Comments

Your Idaho School District is Now Implementing Common Core Curriculum. What will it mean for YOUR children? The American Alliance for Advancing Awareness and Action A5IDAHO.COM Presents Orlean Koehle President, California Eagle Forum Former Idaho Falls resident and Miss Idaho Falls Author Common Core: A Trojan Horse for Education Reform Common Core States Standard Initiative […]

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A Teacher’s Concerns

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 16, 2013 1 Comment

A few days ago this letter was forwarded to me from a friend.  I contacted the author asking if I could post it.  Their spouse is a teacher in Idaho, and here are some of their concerns about Common Core… This letter is to all the friends I know who have kids in school.  This […]

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Watch #StopCommonCore Twitter Rally Live Today at On Point Broadcasting

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 16, 2013 0 Comments

  Don’t tweet? Don’t fret. Watch coverage of the #stopcommoncore Twitter Rally via On Point Broadcasting- complete with a pre- and post- show. Log in to watch at 11am EST today.\onpointtv

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Twitter Rally, All Invited to Attend

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 15, 2013 0 Comments

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Stephanie Zimmerman   Idaho Parents to Join National Twitter Rally Opposing Common Core April 13, 2013 (Boise,Idaho) Idahoans For Local Education (I4LE) invites concerned citizens to advocate for local control of education without leaving their homes, or lifting a finger. Instead, they can use their thumbs to “tweet” concerns […]

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RNC Passes anti-Common Core Resolution

Filed in Common Core News and Updates by on April 12, 2013 0 Comments

The details aren’t clear yet, but it looks like the Republican National Committee unanimously  passed an anti-Common Core resolution this afternoon.  If they stuck to the original wording, it looks like they nailed it!   RESOLUTION CONCERNING COMMON CORE EDUCATION STANDARDS WHEREAS, the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a set of academic standards, promoted […]

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Bill Gates Said It Himself.

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 12, 2013 1 Comment

What is the real agenda behind Common Core? Why not hear it from the man behind the curtain, Mr. Bill Gates himself. This is from Glenn’s show yesterday. The first few minutes explain why Exxon/Mobile would support Common Core. Plausible? I think so. Your browser does not support iframes.

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Public Meetings by the Governor’s Task Force On Education

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 12, 2013 2 Comments

I should have posted this earlier, two meetings have already taken place.   Here is a list of meetings that Gov. Otter’s Task Force For Improving Education will be holding: • Monday, April 15, 6:30 p.m. Meriwether Lewis Hall (MLH) Room 100, Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston. • Tuesday, April 16, 6:30 p.m. Lake Coeur d’Alene […]

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Us vs.Them Rethinking “Them”

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 11, 2013 0 Comments

Yesterday I wrote a post about  how battle lines are being drawn differently. Today I am posting a link to an article by gentleman who I would not normally agree with, but he has some good ideas.  And while  I don’t agree with all of them 100%, I don’t agree with anyone all of the […]

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Davey Crockett Sensibility

Filed in Uncategorized by on April 10, 2013 0 Comments

There is a wonderful story about Davey Crockett being schooled by one of his constituents about the constitutionality of a vote he made.  Congressman Crockett didn’t belittle the gentleman or act as if the constituent, because he was a common man, couldn’t possibly understand how things worked in politics.  He listened and changed his course […]

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