Governor Perdue and his team are feeling the heat. This week, in a desperate move, Governor Perdue sent an e-mail to Georgia school principals and instructed them to forward an attached letter to their staff. In the letter, the Governor says, “........As excited as I am about this proposal, I am concerned about some of the e-mails and letters we have received from educators about the proposal.”
The Perdue Team thinks that it’s okay to use state and local resources to lobby this key block of voters. They think that Georgia principals have nothing better to do than deliver his e-mail. Call the Governor (404-656-1776) TODAY, and tell him to use his own campaign money and staff to deliver his mail: Georgia educators are not his personal mail clerks!
Yesterday, Georgia PTA representatives erupted in applause following an impassioned opposition speech, and Speaker Richardson threatened to expel them from the gallery. Please call Speaker Richardson at (404) 656-5020 or (770) 445-4438, and tell him that you want representatives who will not expel parents and teachers from the debate on education!
With this bill now headed back to the Georgia Senate for approval of minor changes, there is still time to stop what the Atlanta Journal today called, “the legislative equivalent of non-dairy whipped topping.” Check their editorial at:
Please call, e-mail or fax your legislators and the Governor TODAY and encourage others to do the same. Tell them:
In any Teacher’s Classroom 65%=Failure.
TAKE ACTION TODAY: OPPOSE SB 390
If you do not know who your representative is, please go to
To find your representative’s phone or fax number, please go to http://www.legis.ga.gov/legis/2005_06/house/05alpha.htm.
CALL GOVERNOR PERDUE
ASK HIM NOT TO SIGN SB 390(404) 656-1776