COMMON CORE STANDARDS CONFERENCE JACKSONVILLE NOV. 9TH

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COMMON CORE STANDARDS CONFERENCE JACKSONVILLE NOV. 9TH

Time: November 9, 2013 from 9:30am to 1pm
Location: Cuban American Club
Street: 5110 Lourcey Road
City/Town: Jacksonville, FL
Website or Map: http://restoringfreedominamer…
Phone: 904 382-9040
Event Type: common, core, conference
Organized By: Bear Witness Central
Latest Activity: Nov 5, 2013

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Bear Witness Central Invites You To A Free Conference

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA   NOVEMBER 9TH  9:30 AM

  Common Core Standards and Your Children

Experts will be providing information on why Common Core Standards needs to be stopped. Come hear the truth about Common Core Standards and what they will mean for your children, your community, and the future of our country.

The Common Core standards are national standards portrayed as state-led and voluntary that are being implemented by Washington DC trade groups funded by the federal government and unaccountable, private foundations.

Event Date: November 9, 2013

Location: Cuban American Club,

Address: 5110 Lourcey Road, Jacksonville, FL

Directions:  Click here
Time: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Check In: begins at 9AM

Please register here for FREE event

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