Community Group plans 3rd Symposium

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A coalition of educational advocates will present their 3rd annual inside look at the Prince George’s County Public Schools for candidates running for the Board of Education. The event, which is open to the public, will feature topics like the achievement gap, ethics and the difference between the capital and operating budgets.

Earlier this year Dr. Hite held a closed-door meeting with the candidates resulting in criticism by some of an appearance to influence the politics of the board. Hite denied the charges saying he only wanted to provide an overview of many of the things facing the system.

Event Details

SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, March 17
9201 Basil Court, Largo
CITIZENS FOR AN ELECTED BOARD PRESENTS THE THIRD
Prince George’s County
EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM
on
SCHOOL BOARD ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
A Comprehensive Inside View of
How our School System is Governed
            –OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGETING
–LABOR RELATIONS
–ETHICS
–ACHIEVEMENT GAPS
–FEDERAL AND STATE LEGISLATION
–PARENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
–STUDENT DISCIPLINE & TRUANCY
–SPECIAL PROGRAMS
–THE NEXT FOUR YEARS
–and MUCH MORE!
 School Board candidates and the general public welcome!
Watch for formal announcement coming soon
                                                                              For more information:
                                                Email ElectedBoard@aol.com
                                                or call Jan Hagey  (301) 464-0171
                                                Dave Cahn (301) 627-5126
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