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Community Conversation on Gifted Education – Reminder

May 18, 2012

Register today! Teens and youth welcome!

Community Conversation on Education

What would you like to tell our legislators about gifted education and other educational topics?

Would you like to participate in a discussion with other parents passionate about education?


Please join us for a Community Conversation about the future of education in our state, co-sponsored by The Center for Michigan, Rochester SAGE, Gifted In Michigan, The Michigan Association for Gifted Children, and the Farmington Community Library.

Community meetings just like this are happening all over Michigan. Make sure your voice is heard. RSVP to the library at 248-553-0300, ext. 220 or online via this link.

Topics to be discussed can be found in the Education Issue Guide and the Community Conversation Issue Points, which offers several suggested talking points about gifted education..  Please preview this guide before the meeting and  come prepared to share your views so that our legislators will loudly hear how important education issues are to our communities!

Visit thecenterformichigan.net for more information

WHERE:   Farmington Branch Library (map)
                       23500 Liberty Street
                       Farmington, MI 48335

WHEN:     Wednesday, May 23 – 7:00 to 8:30pm

Register today!  We need a minimum of 40 RSVP’s to avoid event cancellation.  Right now we only have 18 RSVP’s.  Please consider participating!  This is your big chance to make an impact on public policy on gifted education!!

Questions about the event?  Please leave a comment on Rochester SAGE or email us at RochesterSAGE@live.com.

Community Conversations are presented by The Center for Michigan, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, non-partisan organization working throughout the state to amplify the voices of ordinary citizens and find common ground solutions for a more prosperous future. Please visit www.thecenterformichigan.net for more information.

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