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Re: “Waltons fund another education 'reform' lobby

Sound Policy...I'm not sure that I would want someone with your lack of professionalism supporting my organization. Is cursing really necessary to get your point across...really??

The best advice to educators is to do your research. Make an informed decision about your professional organization and determine what is important to you as a professional. What exactly has the organization done to improve quality education for students or to improve the current situation for teachers? These are important aspects to consider. Ask your prospective organization these tough questions and demand evidence substantiating any claims they make. Do not base the decision solely on the cost of membership or on what you were told by the association. If you can not obtain documentation to back-up the claims of what a prospective professional organization states they can and will do for you as an educator, and aspires to achieve for the betterment of Arkansas' students, then you should probably consider another option. Do the research and ask the tough questions.

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Posted by ProQualityEducation on 08/01/2012 at 8:13 PM

 

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