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I read and support the petition to our Massachusetts' elected officials to pass a state bill to form the Commission On K-12 Education And Globalization.
Full Official Address and zip code:
Thank you for helping to make a difference. You can telephone us at 617-524-6378. Our address is:
Supporters of K12 Education and Globalization
c/o J. Curtis Jones
311 forest Hills Street
Boston, MA 02130
THIS IS A PETITION
THIS PETITION SUPPORTS THE PROPOSAL’S PURPOSE AND THE PASSAGE OF A STATE BILL TO FORM A COMMISSION TITLED: THE COMMISSION ON K-12 EDUCATION AND GLOBALIZATION. ITS GOAL IS TO HELP OR SCHOOLS TO PREPARE OUR CHILDREN TO HUMANELY SUCCEED IN THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE. HERE ARE THE SPECIFIC ACTIONS THE COMMISSION WILL TAKE.
YOUR RESPONSE WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE GOVERNOR AND OUR LEGISLATORS AND OTHER ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES.
This state bill will help our K-12 schools provide an effective and humane educational response to globalization. Specifically, The Commission On K-12 Education and Globalization will:
1) provide our K-12 schools with resources to understand and teach global marketplace knowledge in ways that connect our children to what elicits their passion;
2) increase our K-12 schools' capacity to offer appropriate curricula and instruction that prepare our children for the present world, not the world that the present has passed by; and
3) empower schools to create school cultures that provide the entrepreneurial and employee skills our children need to live successfully and humanely in the world globalization has remade.