Ramona Parents Coalition’s “Fact or Fiction” presentation tonight in library
Wednesday, May 22—Ramona Parents Coalition will present “Fact or Fiction,” results of its independent fact-finding research regarding the dispute between the school district and teachers union, tonight at 7 in the Ramona Library Community Room.
Promising an impartial and unbiased report, a flyer announcing the public meeting encourages the community to “Be informed! What to the proposed cuts really mean to our teachers, children, and community?”
The coalition of parents whose children attend Ramona schools came together to form a focused community voice.
“Over the last year, we have observed with growing alarm the breakdown of negotiations between the district and RTA (Ramona Teachers Association),” they said in an email. “We have been frustrated at the lack of complete and unbiased information being released by both sides.”
The six parents formed a research group and spent hundreds of hours pouring over documents provided by both sides and referencing them against publicly available data.
“We are ready to share our data and conclusions,” they said. “What we have to say provides a sharp, contrasting view to anything else you have seen or heard….We hope parents, teachers, and anyone else who wants the objective truth will attend.”
Ramona Library is at 1275 Main St.
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