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Thank you for joining us at the 10-29-14 GSCS Open Meeting at NJSBA Fall Workshop in Atlantic City!

 

Public Support for Quality Public Education

 

Please Join Us!

 

Garden State Coalition of Schools is proud to participate in the
2014 Annual NJSBA/NJASBO/NJASA Fall Workshop

       

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

at our GSCS Fall Workshop Open Meeting

Atlantic City Convention Center, Room 412

 12:30-2:00p.m.

(Note: To accommodate our legislative guests, the program will begin promptly at 12:30)

 

Find out how GSCS promotes quality accountability and quality affordability for New Jersey public schools via public awareness, advocacy and ongoing information exchanges with policymakers.

 

Assemblyman David Rible (R/Dist. 30)

Assembly Education Committee member

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee member

Assembly Republican Conference Leader

 

Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D/Dist. 7)

Assembly Education Committee member

Assembly Budget Committee member

 

             Hear a summary of the GSCS's focal points/2014-15                                         

 

Garden State Coalition of Schools is a non-partisan, non-profit education advocacy organization led by a highly motivated, volunteer membership of superintendents, business administrators, board members, and parents.

 Grassroots in its decision-making, the approximately 100 member districts, primarily suburban, span the state from Camden County to Bergen County and include a range of economic levels.

 To join GSCS or for more information, contact gscs2000@gmail.com or visit http://gscschools.org