We are excited to share that there are three information forums with locations that enable every Ohioan an opportunity to attend and participate in this long overdue discussion.

Cincinnati

  • Friday – April 12th – 7:00-9:00 pm
  • Hosted by Anderson Tea Party – Seating is limited. Reserve seat here
  • Anderson Twp. Center – 7850 Five Mile Road – Cincinnati, OH 45230

Columbus – Debate style format. Panelists include supporters and opponents.

  • Saturday – April 13th – 10:00-12:00 pm
  • Hosted by the OSBLC – Seating is limited. Reserve seat here
  • Berlin Presbyterian Church – 5175 S Old State Rd – Lewis Center, OH 43035

 Cleveland (North)

  • Saturday – April 13th – 4:00-6:00 pm
  • Hosted by Concerned Parents & Teachers of Northern Ohio
  • Seating is limited. Reserve seat here
  • Christ the King Church – 30635 Lorain Rd – North Olmsted, OH 44070

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear and discuss the implications of Ohio’s adoption of Common Core Standards with the nation’s leading voices on CCS. We’ll address the issues surrounding parental and local control, quality of instruction, legalities of federal intrusion and the unfunded cost concerns.

Emmett McGroarty – American Principles Project – Executive Director, Preserve Innocence Project
Joy Pullmann – Heartland Institute – Research Fellow, Education; Managing Editor, School Reform News
Jamie Gass – Pioneer Institute for Public Policy – Director, Center for School Reform
Heather Crossin – Hoosiers Against Common Core – Co-founder, education policy activist
Emmy L. Partin* – Thomas B. Fordham Institute – Director of Ohio Policy & Research
C. Todd Jones* – Current member State Board of Education, President of Associations of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio
*Columbus location only

The purpose of this FREE event is to provide the information you need to understand the national Common Core Standards and the new PARCC assessments. An audience Q&A will follow the panel discussion. Please join us!

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