Presenting the petition

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Steve Piazza

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May 15, 2009, 8:18:57 PM5/15/09
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Some of you have been asking me how and when we'll present the
petition to the Board. I've just heard from Rick Madore on this and I
will present the Board with paper copies of the petition at the
beginning of the public discussion period at the meeting on Monday
night. I will print whatever we have at 5:00 pm on Monday - we're
currently at 670, but wouldn't it be great to get to 700?

(Actually we're closer to 660, when you subtract out the "line voided"
places where I deleted prank signatures and mistaken double entries.)

I think the plan is to leave the petition open during the 30-day
public evaluation period of Investigations, if it gets that far.

Thanks to everyone who put their name to the petition. We can't say
that it has led to a change in the math curriculum (yet), but there is
no doubt that it's already had an effect on how some on the Board have
regarded this issue.

Steve

Wen

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May 15, 2009, 8:22:56 PM5/15/09
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Steve,

I noticed that there are double names on many lines.
Shouldn't those count as two signatures each?

Wen

Steve Piazza

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May 15, 2009, 8:54:40 PM5/15/09
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Wen,
Yes, I was planning to do that - I think there are 3 or 4 of those.

Thanks,
Steve
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