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The 2015 Governor Jim Holshouser Legislators Retreat took place yesterday. I managed to capture some of the topics via Twitter from the hashtag #HLR2015. The main theme gleaned from it appears to be your kids are “human capitol” which is the “life bud” of business:
Cheryl Oldham: Human capitol is the life bud of business. Need steady pipeline of talent & strong k-12 foundation. #HLR2015 @icwcheryl
— The Hunt Institute (@Hunt_Institute) January 12, 2015
All your kids are belong to them?
This event was by invitation only. From the Hunt Institute website:
2015 Governor Jim Holshouser Legislators Retreat
“Event attendance is by invitation only. If you have an invitation code, please enter it in the form to the right to view more information about this event.” Many NC legislators attended. Was yours there? Ask them.
Please see my Storify Article, Holshouser Legislators Retreat 2015, for more.
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Chamber Watch: Keeping an eye on the Chambers of Commerce Core Today’s Article: Coalition Supports Common Core Related Read: High Achievement NY: Common Core Must Work Because We Don’t Want to Face Arne “BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) – With the Common Core … Continue reading
If you live in Holly Springs, there’s a meeting about your kids education but you’re not invited. It’s for the Chamber of Commerce members only. Via News and Observer:
Local and state officials – including state Rep. Paul “Skip” Stam and Wake County school board member Susan Evans – will participate in a panel discussion at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Holly Springs Cultural Center.
The speakers will talk about capped schools, new school construction, Common Core standards and achievements at local schools.
“We’re trying to make sure the business community in Holly Springs is aware of developments, because it affects them,” said Tom Wyrick, owner of Whizard Academy in Cary and Holly Springs, who helped organize the event. Continue reading