Save Texas Schools: We can’t if we don’t speak up!

Teachers, if you don’t speak up, if you don’t make your voices heard, if you don’t do the research to prove the government wrong on their arguments for making these drastic cuts, YOU are the problem.
We’re a non-union state, and there’s nothing wrong with that. BUT that doesn’t mean you have no voice.
Write your letters today. Make your phone calls. Learn the truths about what government officials are saying, and know the real answers. Make sure your parents know this isn’t a teacher issue. It’s a PUBLIC EDUCATION DISASTER.
Check out Huffington Post’s education page for story after story after story to help you form your arguments.
Yes, we’re in a depressed economy. But we shouldn’t fix that problem, created by the Texas state government in 2006, by killing public schools.
Speak up now. It’s almost too late.

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2 responses to “Save Texas Schools: We can’t if we don’t speak up!

  1. No need to publish this but I saw your comments about your talking with Grandma of living through the depression. Any chance you could write that up? I remember her telling me that after the depression started they lost contact with the Walker family, Mother’s dad’s family. Remember when communications over a distance was this thing called a “letter.” Well, they could not afford to buy the postage – only about two cents! Anyway, I would like to hear about what she had to share with you. She was a remarkable woman and could make a penny stretch further than anyone I have ever met. Too bad God did not call her into politics! Wouldn’t she have been great in the Senate?

    Love ya!
    Sam

  2. Hey! I’ve got it here on my blog. I’ll find it and post the link. LOVE YOU!!!

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