Monday, 02 April 2012 14:14
Jindal's Louisiana Education Reform, Recall In Front of Social Media Class
 


jindal-brassWith new a new recall petition lodged against Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, and education reform being debated at the capitol in Baton Rouge, there's also plenty of ideas and opinions making its way on the social media sites these days.

 Here are just a few of the most recent Facebook postings in which Jindal's education reform legislation is being hotly discussed:  

 

Teachers To Louisiana Taxpayers: This Birds For You…

thehayride.com

Here’s a note to folks who don’t like Gov. Bobby Jindal and are particularly miffed about his education reform package

that’s working it’s way through the Republican led legislature right now—
if you don’t want things like this to happen, come up with a candidate with more than a snowball’s chance in...

 Robin Harris Edwards


Question for my BRTP friends: If Jindal signed on to Common Core Curriculum and 
all that is bad in 2010 (Act 54?) and it is already implemented, why are we fighting giving parents 
the choice to flee schools who are using that curriculum? Why are some tea parties and other groups fighting 
to keep power in the hands of the unions? Power in the hands of legislators and school boards? 
GIVE PARENTS the responsibility and the right to choose the best education for their children.

Thomas Ainsworth RobichauxRecall Bobby Jindal 2012

Where can people find the petitions? Spread the info!!

Mike Stagg

... help polish Jindal's 'conservative' credentials for his 2016 presidential run. Louisiana is just a platform for his ambition.

State to seek bids on health overseer

theadvocate.com

The Jindal administration could start advertising as early as this week for a private company to handle a state employee health plan. The

Geaux Left as in "booby trap'?

And, here are some recent tweets:

Gov. Bobby Jindal, House speaker, targeted in recall petition

nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2012/04/gov_bobby_jindal_house_speaker.html

 

nolanews NOLA.com

Gov. Bobby Jindal, House speaker, targeted in recall petition http://t.co/hxOHJTii

Jindal faces a dilemma

theadvocate.com/news/opinion/2452136-123/our-views-a-dilemma-for

 

dianeravitch Diane Ravitch

Is discrimination OK in Louisiana for charters? Leg committee says yes. What says Jindal

 






 


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