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Who: Steve Seidenfeld
Position: Overnite Producer
RADIO STATION 850 KOA-AM
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Who: Bill Frank
KKZZ AM 1400 - Positive Talk Radio
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Position: Chairperson, Concerned Educators of Black Students
International Reading Association – 56th Annual Convention
May 8 – 11, 2011
It is with great appreciation for your hard and untiring work in the field of education that I greet you. I am very hopeful that all of you are planning to attend the 56th Annual International Reading Association Conference in Orlando, Florida during the first week of May. This year we will have three outstanding presentations: "Black Americans Who Should Be Remembered, But Aren't", Dr. Eugene Stovall, Presenter; “The Bridge From 'Learning to Read' to 'Reading to Learn’”, Eleanore Stovall, Presenter; and “Literacy and Efficacy: A Necessary Match”, Dr. Cherry Ross Gooden, Presenter.
With education still being in a somewhat terrible state countrywide, especially with the sustained achievement gap between African-American students and their white counterparts, it is ever apparent that our work is not close to being completed. Concerned Educators of Blacks Students is committed to sponsoring thought provoking presentations at each IRA Conference that will stimulate all of us to stop, refocus, and head back to our districts, schools, and classrooms to continue addressing this struggle. We will do this by continuing to have high expectations for all students and equipping them with all necessary knowledge to steer them towards becoming productive members of our society.
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