Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Please help us shape the next administration's education agenda!



The race for mayor is heating up. Last week, the mayoral candidates spoke about their vision for education. I can’t think of anything more important than trying to ensure that the next mayor is committed to improving our public schools, rather than overcrowding them, replacing teachers with computers, privatizing schools or shutting them down. But we want to hear from YOU about what YOU think the next mayor should do!

Shaping the Next Administration's Education Agenda
Co-sponsored by Class Size Matters, the A+ Coalition and NYC Kids PAC
When: Tuesday, December 11, 1012 at 5:30pm 
Where: NYU Pless Hall, 3rd Fl. Lounge, 82 Washington Square East (map)

Click here or enter your info below to reserve your seat now. Seats are limited due to space. 
At this event, we will also be introducing NYC Kids PAC, a parent-led organization developing and submitting surveys to all the mayoral candidates, and issuing candidate scorecards based on the results.  Please come if you’d like to hear more about this effort and to provide input on what issues should be addressed.   
Any questions?  Just email us at info@classsizematters.org or call us at the phone number below.

1 comment:

jee 2013 said...

I am not in favor of this new exam pattern.Its totally an injustice to the regional board aspirants.Its a well known fact that CBSE's marking system is comparatively easier than other regional boards.So,definitely CBSE candidates will score more in ISEET
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