Who is onboard? Who in Georgia is willing to standup and say “No!!!” Send me a message directly and I will start compiling a list of individuals willing to take the fight to DC. Andy Knapp and the Florida TAC are cranked up for battling Obamacare. Will Georgia stand up and do the same? We [...]
Jul 04, 2012 | Categories:City and County News, Constitution, Departmentof Justice, Education, Foundational Principles, Freedom and Liberty, Georgia State Legislation, Laws and Ordinances, Nullification, Second Amendment, State Elections, States Authority | Tags: Department of Justice, GATAC, Georgia, Georgia State, Georgia TAC, Gwinnett County, Lawrenceville Georgia, State of Georgia, States Rights, Team, Tenth Amendment Center, The Tenth Amendment Center, US Constitution, Washington | Leave A Comment »
Where do the three branches of our United States Government draw their lawmaking authority from; the authority to propose, to vote on, to pass, to veto or to deliver decisions upon? It is from the people’s document, The United States Constitution.
Oct 20, 2011 | Categories:Education, Foundational Principles, Freedom and Liberty, Nullification, States Authority | Tags: Amendment, civil rights, education. no child left behind, Enumerated Powers, government, liberty, State, The Tenth Amendment, The Tenth Amendment Center, Uniform Enumerated, US Constitution | Leave A Comment »
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge yesterday personally delivered Georgia’s request for a waiver to certain provisions of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), and an alternative, to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. Georgia is one of the first states seeking a waiver from some of the requirements within NCLB. The State requests permission to replace NCLB with Georgia’s College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) for each public school, school district, and the state for the 2011 – 2012 school year. This CCRPI determination will vary based upon grade levels. However, it will measure the extent to which a school, school district, and the state are successfully making progress on a number of accountability indicators such as content mastery, student attendance, and the next level of preparation.
Sep 25, 2011 | Categories:Education, Georgia State Legislation, States Authority | Tags: ccrpi, College and Career Ready Performance Index, education. no child left behind, government, nclb, State, State of Georgia | Leave A Comment »