Keep Those Tweets, Emails, and Calls Going … You Can Make an Impact

During the NYS Assembly Education Hearing yesterday (Nov 20, 2013), I sent a tweet to Assemblyman Abianti. I was pleasantly shocked to hear and see the Assemblyman refer to the tweet (he called it an email, but ok) and the NYS P-20 Longitudinal Database Plan. He brings it up as a statement/question during the hearing to put it on the record much to everyone’s surprise. Watch the moment at the video linked below at the 4 hour and 16 minute mark just past when Assemblyman O’Donnell finishes his statement. Assemblyman Abianti wasn’t able to ask this of the NYSED officials, but I am assuming this will come up again and will hopefully be something the politicians start to investigate. Mr. Little’s response was fantastic as well.

http://nystateassembly.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=769

So parents send your tweets, Facebook posts, emails and more AND send them during these hearings or at any chance you can!  Here’s mine during the hearing.

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