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  • Have Lunch With Heritage: Friday at Noon

    We invite you to join us here on Friday, October 8th at 12PM EDT for a special live online chat with Education Policy Analyst Lindsey Burke. She will field your questions about what is currently going on in education reform and the historic federal overreach into education by the Obama Administration.

    Lindsey has written several policy papers on the shortcomings of federal involvement education and the power of the education unions. Teacher’s unions have thwarted meaningful education reform initiatives and Lindsey will talk about what can be done.

    This is the first in a new series of web chats we will hold on Fridays at noon, eastern. So grab a sandwich, and come by The Foundry with your questions on Friday, October 8 at 12 EDT. We look forward to the conversation.

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    One Response to Have Lunch With Heritage: Friday at Noon

    1. Arlan Busse, Maitlan says:

      Board of Education must be eliminated, it doesn't teach any children, spend that money in the classroom.

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