{Call to Action Alert} call your Congressman about HJR 48~the ‘We the People’ amendment to end Citizens United

It's a Call to Action Day. Please read and call or contact your legislators

It doesn’t matter if you are Democrat, Republican, conservative, liberal or none of the above–this issue is important to us all. Are you part of the elite 1% of wealthy Americans? (I doubt it, I don’t think that they’d be reading my blog!) Then this issue affects you. I’ve written about this before–it’s about “Move […]

from COPAA: Senate ESEA bill makes strides for students with disabilities but still lacks strong accountability

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I received the following information from COPAA regarding ESEA and thought I would share. If you wish to reach out to your legislators regarding ESEA, please visit: Please contact your Legislators about ESEA  WASHINGTON, DC – Denise Marshall, executive director of The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc. (COPAA) released the following statement regarding […]

Reclaim our schools: Call your legislators about ESEA

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I have written about ESEA numerous times over the past 5 years of blogging. I’ve been given numerous opportunities to voice my opinion on ESEA because it is still not reauthorized! However, this could be the year for it…so please contact your legislators about it. Here is my most recent post about it from just […]

my travels to Harrisburg~Basic Education Funding Reform Commission Hearing

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I have discovered that my real passion is systems advocacy. That is, trying to make the laws, programs, systems and funding better for our kids. I will say, that for right now, for me to be able to do this is a luxury. And what I mean by that is, my own personal situation is […]