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- April 11, 2015
- Common Core Presentations: Tim Carter and Gina Ray
The Mingus Mountain Republican Club is featuring two speakers on Common Core Issues next Tuesday, April 14, at 12:00 pm in Cottonwood. The public is invited. Tim Carter is the Yavapai County School Superintendent. He is a strong supporter of Common Core and was involved in its development. Gina Ray is an Arizona mother who at first supported Common Core but, on closer examination, is a vocal opponent.
MMRC Historian Jack Tinnell will discuss Alexander Hamilton
The meeting will be held at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7400, 705 E. Aspen St., Cottonwood, Arizona. Click HERE for directions to the VFW.Click here to read more
- April 11, 2015
- Arizona Revised Statutes 1-601 and 1-602 explicitly protect parental rights
Nobody, and no entity, has the right to insert themselves between you as a responsible, caring, and protective parent, and your own child. Nobody.
The following information was provided by Jennifer Reynolds, publisher of Arizonans Against Common Core.
Did you know that Arizona Revised Statutes 1-601 and 1-602 explicitly protect parental rights? So, if your child's teacher, principal, or superintendent, or even if an Arizona Department of Education staff member tells you that you cannot Refuse or Opt Out of the AZ Merit exam, on behalf of your child, send these statutes to them.Click here to read more
- April 5, 2015
- "Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can't heal"
Crowder: Come as Your AreClick here to read more
- April 4, 2015
- AzMerit Community Meeting, April 6: 5:45-6:45pm, Mesa Main Library
AZMerit testing is coming soon to your local schools. Do you have questions or concerns?
You are invited to attend a Community Meeting about standardized testing in Arizona. Presented by Arizonans who are committed to standing up for parents' and students' rights, the meeting will include information, solutions, and Q & A.
Monday, April 6
Mesa Main Library, Saguaro Room
64 East 1st Street, Mesa
Call: (480) 243-4190
(Use of City of Mesa meeting facilities does not constitute endorsement of the beliefs, viewpoints, policies or affiliations of the user by the City of Mesa.)Click here to read more
- April 4, 2015
- Why Parents are Opting Their Children out of the AZMerit Exam
From the website Opt Out AZ.
"What are some of the problems with AZMerit?
• It is unconstitutional and violates the 4th Amendment. Personally identifiable information will be collected on your student and can be distributed among companies and organizations that participated in the development and implementation of the Common Core Standards. This data will also be stored by the U.S. Department of Education and can become part of your student’s permanent record.
• AIR (who administers the AZMerit) is a behavioral research organization. Behavioral research is usually administered to people who have severe cognitive or communication disabilities to determine why they demonstrate inappropriate behaviors. Why is a behavior based research organization testing children who are attending normal schools? This question should be asked by every parent.Click here to read more