The First Annual Conservative Teachers Conference
Date: Jan. 21, 2010
Time: 6:00 PM
Where: Tom Bradley Family Center, 5213 Pico Bl.
Guest Speaker: Dianne Lenning, 2010 candidate, California State Superintendent of Education
Other featured speakers:
Stephen Frank, political analyst, and editor of NewsAndViews.com
Cliff Smith, Publisher, Beverly Hills Courier
Ted Hayes, Community activist
Althea Shaw, Aunt of Jamiel Shaw
Rabbi Nachum Shifren, 22-year vet. Los Angeles Unified School District, candidate for California State Senate
Robert Hammond, candidate, for California State Assembly
We as conservative teachers are compelled to raise our voice, loudly and in unison, about the plight of education in our state. This conference will serve as a focus for inspiration that we can bring back to our communities, bringing ideas with the conservative agenda into action in our school districts, advocating for greater roles in the areas of textbooks and curricula, and bringing the true role of education to light with themes that resonate with patriotism, altruism, and love of country.
We extend a hearty welcome to all parents and students concerned about academic excellence and school accountability.
All participants will receive a free copy of Rabbi Shifren's controversial book, "Kill Your Teacher", documenting the daily reality of today's inner city teachers. A must read for conservatives everywhere, yours free with attendance.
Refreshments will be served.
For a map to the event click here.
To reserve your seat, click here to e-mail Rabbi Shifren.