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  • A charter school advocate reverses course

    David Hornbeck was a charter school advocate as superintendent of Maryland schools and as Philadelphia school superintendent. No more. He says their results are mixed and they do harm to conventional public schools. He's opposing an expansion plan in Maryland.
    • Mar 9, 2015
  • Little Rock crowd rallies to oppose school privatization bill

    More than 200 people gathered on a rainy night at Calvary Baptist Church in the Heights to hear speakers urge defeat Rep. Bruce Cozart's HB 1733 to allow the state to take over any school or school district judged in acidic distress and turn it over to a private charter school operator.
    • Mar 9, 2015
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Re: “Black Caucus discusses state takeover of schools, resource officer citation and arrest power

There is a White Caucus, it is called the Governor, The Republican Party, Rep. Cozart and The USA, nothing has changed join you local KKK, There is a White Caucus.

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Posted by depthtaz7 on 03/10/2015 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Black Caucus discusses state takeover of schools, resource officer citation and arrest power

Again, The Walton’s and their cohorts, Hutchinson, Cozart and others want to re-segregate and privatize education - Our educated classes, Professionals and our Frats and Soros can help others of us who may not understand the legislations and repercussions, ask them. This is serious and every one must express their opinion to their elected officials as soon as possible. Just as they come after you during elections it is you turn to turn the tide and contact them for the future of our children. Minority, Middle to Low Income and Under-Represented classes of people, we are up against a class of people who do not recognize the concerns we have for ourselves or our children’s futures. Under the shadow of white supremacy our opinions are worthless or vote has been thrown out and our voice doesn’t count. It is the March like Selma or The Little Rock Nin, the struggle for justice and equality of the Creators design continues, the American/Arkansas dream was not for your restful sleep and all of you should know that this state is going backwards, after not having moved forward very far. Write or call your elected Representative and Senator and let them know your position on resegregation.

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Posted by depthtaz7 on 03/10/2015 at 12:00 PM

Re: “Helena-West Helena seeks to regain control of school district

Again, The Walton’s and their cohorts, Hutchinson, Cozart and others want to re-segregate and privatize education - Our educated classes, Professionals and our Frats and Soros can help others of us who may not understand the legislations and repercussions, ask them. This is serious and every one must express their opinion to their elected officials as soon as possible. Just as they come after you during elections it is you turn to turn the tide and contact them for the future of our children. Minority, Middle to Low Income and Underrepresented classes of people, we are up against a class of people who do not recognize the concerns we have for ourselves or our children’s futures. Under the shadow of white supremacy our opinions are worthless our vote has been thrown out and our voice doesn't count. It is the March like Selma or The Little Rock Nine, the struggle for justice and equality of the Creators design continues, the American/Arkansas dream was not for your restful sleep and all of you should know that this state is going backwards, after not having moved forward very far. Write or call your elected Representative and Senator and let them know your position on resegregation.

Posted by depthtaz7 on 03/10/2015 at 11:58 AM

 

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