October 31, 2014
I am voting for Mary Lynch on November 4th. Mary is mother of 2 and public active school parent. She is a certified long-term substitute teacher and has been helping out our schools in that capacity for years. She is an active school volunteer and current EBR School Board Member and voted against the reduction […]
October 30, 2014
Letter to the Editor– from Lottie P. Beebe, Ed. D., BESE Representative for District 3 Often I receive complaints from parents and citizens stating that the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) is not following the Public Records Act of Louisiana. The law requires government agencies to provide access to public records as requested by citizens […]
October 28, 2014
Despite what John White claimed a few weeks ago in the American Press newspaper, a local paper serving the Lake Charles area, opposition to Common Core and Eureka is not confined to a few isolated communities that only appear numerous because they take photographs from small rooms. It is a vast, broad and growing coalition […]
October 26, 2014
It’s been a few weeks since this story first broke, and I expected more folks to cover in more depth than it has been. I have been focused on election related posts and research and let this one go in the hopes someone else would pick this up and explain the implications, but so far […]
October 18, 2014
Recently John White made the claim that only a few isolated pockets of parents in a few parishes are upset about Common Core and Eureka Math. Small groups of people in several isolated areas of Louisiana, including Calcasieu Parish, are voicing loud opposition to Common Core State Standards, said state Superintendent of Education John White. […]
October 8, 2014
Across the state parents and teachers are confronting their school boards and curriculum leaders with the same universal complaint. Eureka Math sucks. (That seems to be a nearly universally agreed upon fact by most parents not paid by LDOE or financially biased Common Core proponents.) Now however, complaints have shifted from the blindly adopted Common […]
October 1, 2014
I just realized I’ve been neglecting what I have been telling others to do, get involved in local school board races. I’m not a walking sack of money, like Lane Grigsby, but I can do my part to make candidates that actually support public schools and democracy more visible to voters. (Grigsby wants candidates that […]
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