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Greene County TEA Party Hosting Special Meeting on Education Tuesday, May 23, 2017


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Public Education Issues- Be Informed!

The Federal and State direction to local school systems is continually changing. Join us on Tuesday, 23 May, as the Greene County TEA Party (GCTP) hosts the Beavercreek School Superintendent, Mr. Paul Otten, the School Board President, Mrs. Jo Ann Rigano, and others provide insight into the federal/state impact on our local schools. Join us, learn, and get your questions answered after the presentation.

GCTP is honored to have these important educational experts discuss the affect that federal and state directives have on the local K-12 educational system to include the current status and directed changes.

Important topics include:

  • Changes in the Educational Climate (Ohio Standards/ Common Core, History classes, Student Pathways – Greene county Career Center)
  • Local decisions vs. mandates
  • Ever-changing graduation requirements
  • College Credit Plus and its impact on local schools
  • Funding challenges from the state; Beavercreek spending and peer comparison

This is a great opportunity to hear how the federal and state governments are affecting our local schools. See you there!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at 6:30pm, Main Elementary Auditorium, 2942 Dayton-Xenia Road, Beavercreek, OH

Free admission.  Public Welcome.

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