RTP Monthly Meeting – October 23rd 2014

Come join us for our October meeting!

As we did last month, we’ll be gathering in our new meeting space, graciously provided by the good folks at Richmond Alarm Company. This new space has audio/visual capabilities built-in to the meeting room, and we now have wheelchair access via elevator to the 2nd floor! If you know of anyone who was discouraged due to access issues previously, please let him/her know that we will no longer have those concerns.

Guest speaker for this meeting will be Jane Hogan, who will be discussing the Common Core education “standards”.

About Jane: Jane Hogan graduated from Stanford University in international relations, worked as a teacher, raised a family and later worked in information technology for the family business. Now she is a Virginia grandmother who is alarmed at the direction America is heading toward a nation losing its global hegemony and fractured by ethnic division. Unless we act now, our children’s future is in peril.

Discussion Agenda:

What is Common Core and its origin

Federal Big Stick

Common Core in Virginia
It isn’t but it is.
Examples in math, English and US history
Effects on student privacy

Parents Take Action

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[gdl_icon type=”icon-calendar” color=”#222″ size=”24px”] WHEN:

Thursday, October 23rd, 7-8:30pm

[gdl_icon type=”icon-map-marker” color=”#222″ size=”24px”] WHERE:

Richmond Alarm Company
14121 Justice Rd
Midlothian, VA 23113

Come to the front door of Richmond Alarm, then go right as soon as you enter the lobby. Stay to the right as you walk towards the back of the building, and you’ll see the elevator and stairwell to your right. Come to the 2nd floor, and the meeting space is just past the large open area (across from the restrooms).
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About the Author:

Eric uncomfortably admits that until about 10 years ago, he was a political "free rider", always thinking that others would do the heavy lifting to keep America on course. After watching both democrats and republicans steer us FAR in the wrong direction, Eric knew he had to get involved. Now working with Richmond Tea Party to advance conservative principles, Eric serves on the Board of Directors and as a resource for "all things technology".

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