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Rocking the Schoolhouse, Town Hall Forum tonight

Join us tonight night

Federal Education Policies:  

Rocking the Schoolhouse  

Tuesday, November  1st, 7 – 9 pm Town Hall Downstairs

 Free and open to the public


Randy Dorn, Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction


Susan Enfield, Interim Superintendent, Seattle Public Schools


Mary Lindquist, President, Washington Education Association


Frank Ordway, Director of Government Relations, League of Education Voters


Professors Marge Plecki and Nancy Beadie, University of Washington College of Education

How do federal education policies impact our local schools? What should happen to No Child Left Behind?  Part of a National Study by the League of Women Voters.


 From the very beginning of our Republic, a well-educated citizenry was thought to be essential to protect liberty and the general welfare of the people. However, the federal government’s current role in public education sparks frequent debates.

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