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Friday, May 21 - An evening with Bev Eakman

EdWatch Advisory Board recognition dinner

Keynote: Bev Eakman, Author, Cloning of the American Mind "Data Collection in the Classroom"

MC: Senator Michele Bachmann
Silent Auction

Friday, May 21, 2004 5:30 pm - social; 6:15 - dinner

Cost: $22/Advisory Board member $35/others
Location:Holiday Inn, Roseville - 1201 West County Road E - County Road E and Lexington

Email edwatch1@lakes.com, call (952-361-4931), or register online to RSVP for the event by May 18.


EdWatch once again presents author Bev Eakman as the keynote speaker for its annual Advisory Board Recognition Dinner.

Bev Eakman was great success at a previous MREdCo conference, and she is back with us again by popular demand!

Beverly Eakman is a former educator, speaker and nationally recognized author of 3 books on education and data-trafficking, including the internationally acclaimed "Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality Through Education."

She has published articles in Education Week, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, Insight Magazine, National Review, Vital Speeches, and more since 1993. Eakman brings a wealth of research and experience on the subject of data collection systems in the schools.


Support the very important work of EdWatch as we move forward with plans for building a national EdWatch organization.

Engage in lively fun and fellowship with well-informed EdWatch supporters, and find out the very latest in where this movement is headed! Bring a friend for a stimulating evenng!

Bring your own legislator as your guest. We will giving a special recognition to legislators who have provided leadership in education at the Capitol this year.


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