The Republican Party thanks and honors our local communities of faith for stepping up during this pandemic to share with and help feed their neighbors.
Our local government continues on a far left trajectory, but they are hearing us and they do learn. Apparently they’ve learned that the term “Defund the Police” does not appeal to voters; that we want the SRO’s in public schools; that we want our schools, restaurants and houses of worship open; that we want reasonable distribution of the Covid vaccine and that we want common sense in our local Government. You can see that they're afraid the local Council elections will remember their failed tactics in 2022.
"Mondays with MoCo"
TOPIC: “CHARTER SCHOOLS – WHAT IS MONTGOMERY COUNTY AFRAID OF?”
Monday, April 12th 7:30PM
MARYLAND ALLIANCE OF PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS
McKenzie Allen is the Executive Director of the Maryland Alliance of Public Charter Schools. A former public-school educator, Teach for America alumni, and education policy expert, she has a BA from Purdue University in elementary education, a MA from The George Washington University in political management, and an MBA Certificate from Michigan State University in strategic business. McKenzie has worked for the past 10 years in education policy and advocacy for charter schools, political campaigns, Leadership for Educational Equity, Association of American Educators, and the Office of Maryland State Senate President Ferguson.