Common Core Forum

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 Reservoir High School, 11550 Scaggsville Rd, Fulton, MD 20759 (on Rt 216 near Rt 29)  See map


Sunday, Feb 23, 5-8pm, Reservoir High


The PTA Council of Howard
County and the Howard County Education Association are presenting a Common Core Forum this Sunday, February

23rd, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at the Reservoir High
auditorium, 11550 Scaggsville Road in Fulton, Maryland.

Our forum is unique in that it will be the first to feature so many
national experts representing a wide range of perspectives.  Each expert will

make an opening presentation, followed by a moderated discussion and questions
from the audience.

Panelists include:

        • Mr. Michael
Brickman, National Policy Director, Thomas B. Fordham Institute
Dr. Morna McDermott McNulty, Co-Founder/Administrator for United Opt Out
    • Dr. Sandra Stotsky, Professor of Education Emerita at the University of

Arkansas and Member of the Common Core Validation Committee
        • Dr.
Christopher Tienken, Assistant Professor of Education Administration at Seton
Hall University in the College of Education and Human Services, Department
of Education Management, Policy, and Leadership and Co-Author of The School
Reform Landscape: Fraud, Myths and Lies
Dr. W. Stephen Wilson, Professor of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University and
a Professor in the School of Education and Member of the PARCC Content
Technical Working Group for Mathematics

This event is free and is open
to anyone who would like to learn more about the Common Core State Standards. 

For more information, please contact Christina Delmont-Small at

president@ptachc.org  or  visit: www.ptachc.org or the PTA Council of Howard
County Facebook Page.


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