Hello all, I am in the early phases of a localized grassroots movement to change our system. The district I am currently interested in actually scores fairly well on standarized tests, but we all know the tests mean very little. I am just posting to get ideas on making this happen. I am a member of Mom Congress and am following the steps laid out to make real change in public schools from lunches to playground equipment. The checklist contains key components in having a real chance to make a change, such as research, gathering support, lobbying and so forth. My research has led me to many blogs and sites. I am hoping this blog can give some real insight on making a change in our system. Thank you all for your time and look forward to any responses.
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