Rally Against Common Core in Topeka, KS on May 8th


UPDATED – Time change!

From Kansans Against Common Core:

Kansans Against Common Core Rally in Topeka at the Capitol on May 8th

with special guest and Common Core expert

Shane Vander Hart

From Truth in American Education

2:30-4:30 pm on the South Lawn

We are very happy to have Common Core expert Shane Vander Hart with Truth in American Education joining us and speaking about Common Core.

Shane Vander Hart is the Editor-in-Chief of Caffeinated Thoughts, a popular Christian conservative blog in Iowa. He is also the President of 4:15 Communications, a social media & communications consulting/management firm, along with serving as the communications director for American Principles Project’s Preserve Innocence Initiative.  Prior to this Shane spent 20 years in youth ministry serving in church, parachurch, and school settings.  He has taught Jr. High History along with being the Dean of Students for Christian school in Indiana.  Shane and his wife home school their three teenage children and have done so since the beginning.   He has recently been recognized by Campaigns & Elections Magazine as one of the top political influencers in Iowa. Shane and his family reside near Des Moines, IA.  You can connect with Shane on Facebook, follow him on Twitter or connect with him on Google +.

We hope to have a large turnout so grab your friends and family, make some signs (respectful and appropriate please) and head to Topeka! This is the first day the Kansas Legislature returns to start wrapping-up the session, so it’s a great day to let our opposition to Common Core be heard. We hope you will join us at the Capitol!

We have been working very hard over the last several months, many of you much longer, to spread the truth about Common Core and help return Kansas to locally controlled education. We appreciate your support in these efforts, and have been amazed to see the continually growing grassroots support to return to local/state education and STOP Common Core in our state.

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