Should Virginia continue its long tradition of local control over what our children learn, when they learn it, and how they’re evaluated, or should Virginia cede that to the federal government and become a full participant in the Common Core State Standards initiative?
That’s the question panelists for the Prince William County Committee of 100 will consider Wednesday night.
Moderator Dr. Sam Hill, Provost, Northern Virginia Community College
Meg Gruber, President, Virginia Education Association, former President, Prince William Education Association BIO
Kim Simons, Founder and Editor of the PWC Education Reform blog BIO
Gil Trenum, Prince William County School Board member, Brentsville District BIO
Lillie G. Jessie, Prince William County School Board member, Occoquan District BIO
Social 6:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m
Program 7:45 p.m.
La Quinta Inn & Suites
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