Friday, October 20, 2000
Ways to educate our children
Deborah W. Meier, founder and principal of the Mission Hill School in Boston, will address the Carlisle Lunch Group on Monday, November 6 at the First Religious Society at 12:15 p.m. Meier is a nationally known authority on public education, based upon her three decades working in public education as a teacher, writer and public advocate. She is a recipient of a 1987 "MacArthur genius" award. Her books, Will Standards Save Public Education and The Power of Their Ideas, are on reserve at the circulation desk in the Carlisle Public Library for reading.
Although space is limited to first 100 checks received, the public is invited to attend. RSVP before October 30 by sending $22 (checks payable to Fontaine K. Richardson) for lunch to: Fontaine K. Richardson; 121 Skelton Road; Carlisle, MA 01741; or call 369-8223; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Carlisle Lunch Group is an informal group of Carlisle citizens that meets about three times a year for lunch. If you would like to be notified of future lunch meetings, contact Fontaine K. Richardson.
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