I gave the print copies of the 2 articles to Ron and asked him to send them
electronically to Paul Daley so that they may be put on the DBMAT web site.
On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 8:31 PM, Catherine Allen <
Dr. Hammer, Thanks for all you do to empower us...I like the exchange!!!
Monica, I'm interested in participating in your survey about parent
concerns regarding education. I'm sure lots of us will be willing to
provide input as long as you make it easy for us to do so by coming to us
here on the listserve and on facebook, rather than requiring us to go
looking for you. I'm eager to hear about your project.
I'm also very interested in the 2 articles about issues in education. Are
these available anywhere on the internet? We could post a link here.
*From:* Ed Hammer <ed1hammer@xxxxxxxxx>
*To:* dbmat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; maria monica villarreal <mmviga@xxxxxxxxx>;
Pat Alvarez <pat_alma@xxxxxxx>
*Sent:* Monday, September 21, 2015 11:04 AM
*Subject:* [dbmat] Try it out...
Just trying to see if this connects with the people who were at the
conference in Wimberley this weekend. I always come back from a DBMAT
conference energized. If I had hair it would be on fire ! ! ! I want you
all to know of Monica Villarreal. Monica is a graduate of TSBVI and is a
graduating master's level student (in May) from the LBJ School at
UT/Austin. Monica is majoring in policy making and decisions and wants to
do her Master's level project on parent concerns regarding education. I
have agreed to work with Monica but that all depends on her advisors at LBJ
School at UT/Austin. Anyway, I want to introduce her to you. I hope you
will contact Monica about policy issues we discussed at the DBMAT
conference. Monica would like to do a survey of needs as identified by
parents. Could this be a DBMAT effort? Don't know but want to raise the
issue. I also want to see if Ron can send the 2 papers electronically to
Paul Daley that I gave to the Cauldwell family about issues in education. I
would like for Monica to see those papers also. It is always a pleasure to
be with empowered parents of students like your group. Ed