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Status of NCLB Reauthorization: Audio Conference

If you want to participate, you must register. NCLB dissidents can use Educator Roundtable as your affiliation.

For some reason, it looks like a set of power points will be sent to all participants.

Subject: Sign up now for IRA April 24 Audio
Conference - Status of NCLB Reauthorization

Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 09:38:19 -0400

From: "Barbara Tierney"

To: "LAT"

Government Relations Audio-Conference re: What is the status of NCLB reauthorization?

Join Richard Long, IRA Director of Government
Relations, in a live audio-conference on Tuesday, April 24, at 8:00 pm EST as he discusses the House and Senate Education Committees work on the Reauthorization of
the No Child Left Behind Act as well as the status of Reading First.

This will be a free service, but registration is limited. Participants are asked to register by April 20 with btierney@reading.org to receive the call-in number and a Power Point set of slides.

Dr. Long will brief callers for about 20 minutes and then answer
questions. Participants are asked to e-mail their questions in advance to btierney@reading.org . We cannot guarantee that
all questions will be answered during the call. We will try to answer all questions by e-mail.

Concise questions are encouraged. Please be sure to include your name and affiliation when posting your questions.

Remember to check the LAT blog [Legislative Action Team Advisory]


for breaking news on developments in Washington, DC that may affect reading instruction and the literacy community.

Barbara Tierney
Assistant Director of Government Relations
International Reading Association
444 N. Capitol Street, NW
Suite 630
Washington, DC 20001

Fax: 202-624-8826
E-mail: btierney@reading.org
mailto: btierney@reading.org

— Barbara Tierney
International Reading Association


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