Hispanic advocacy group promotes educational freedom among elected officials, families, and activists
CHARLOTTE, NC—On Monday, April 4 Jeffrey Baldwin, Grassroots Engagement Director for The LIBRE Initiative-Charlotte, NC, will speak at the Education System for North Carolina’s Future House Select Committee’s public hearing with a local school district in Stanley, NC on current initiatives and priorities. The state legislative committee is tasked with reimagining what North Carolina’s education system should look like if they started from scratch. The hearing will be open to parents, teachers, concerned citizens, and groups to provide their vision for the future of education in North Carolina. See event details below.
The LIBRE Initiative is a strong proponent of educational freedom. Hispanic families understand the life-changing value of education and they know that their children have different learning styles, abilities, and talents that are best met when they have access to a number of educational options. The LIBRE Initiative is committed to work in the community and alongside elected officials to transform North Carolina’s education system to a student-centered approach, where funding follows the students, so families are empowered, and everyone wins.
WHO: The Education System for North Carolina’s Future House Select Committee, The LIBRE Initiative, Charlotte families, and concerned citizens.
WHAT: Public hearing on the future of education systems in North Carolina
WHERE: Stanley Middle School in Stanley, North Carolina
WHEN: Monday, April 4th at 5:00pm
MEDIA: Please contact Ciara Kennedy-Mercer at CKennedyMercer@standtogether.org or (202) 578-2934 to RSVP or request an interview.
The LIBRE Initiative is a national organization dedicated to empowering the Hispanic community to reach their full potential by promoting and fighting for freedom-oriented solutions at the state and federal level. We leverage the strengths of our community to transform lives and policies by partnering with community leaders, activists, faith groups, and entrepreneurs to drive legislation that breaks down barriers to opportunity.