Gina Ray to Speak 5/23 at Prescott Country Club: AzMERIT and Common Core

Please attend this very important seminar featuring Gina Ray, a Gilbert mom who started "Opt Out Arizona."  She will be speaking on the inferior Common Core standards and inappropriate high stakes testing (AzMERIT).  The mother of four children, Ms. Ray had never been involved in politics before.  After seeing her children experience the negative effects of Common Core, she began reading and researching the entire nationalized system.  She has been lobbying against it ever since and has made a huge impression!  

Come hear what she has to say and learn what you can do to help get the word out to others.  Please ask your local school board members to come also.  

Please make reservations as soon as possible.  The room will fill up quickly.  RSVP to Sue Goodchild suepachy@gmail.com.  

May 23, 10:30 am - 3 pm.  (Break for lunch at noon)
Prescott Country Club, 1030 Prescott Country Club Blvd, Dewey.

See Also:

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver:  Standardized Testing

Gov. Ducey to Arizona Citizens:  "Please Get Involved in the Process to Remove and Replace Common Core"

Student Secretly Films Common Core Test

AZMerit and the Arizona Bar Exam

Gina Ray Interview:  The Mommy Lobby and AZMerit Opt Out Movement

Tim Carter and Gina Ray: Opposing Views on Common Core

$100,000 Reward for Common Core Test Validity Reports

High Stakes Testing

Common Core Opt Out Movement Accelerates

Parents all over U.S. 'opting out' of standardized student testing  

Fred Grimm:  Florida Failed the Tests, and Flunked the Kids 

Florida school board makes history, opts out of Common Core

“High stakes testing failures have high stakes consequences.”  

Parents Against the Common Core

Arizona Revised Statutes 1-601 and 1-602 Explicitly Protect Parental Rights

Opt Out AZ! Empowering Parents to Opt Out of the AZMerit

Why Parents are Opting Their Children out of the AZMerit Exam

Parent's Right to Control the Education of their Children: AZ Merit Opt-Out Sample Letter

Common Core's Final Legacy: Educational Malpractice and Child Abuse