Novato Republican Women, Federated

presents

"Parent Involvement in Controversial School Issues and Curriculum" 

Chris Arend, Esq.
President, Paso Robles Joint Unified. School District

Tuesday, October 18, 2022
 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Marin Country Club, 500 Country Club Dr., Novato

$35 | $30 members and their guests

RESERVATIONS:

Online: HERE

By e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

By phone:  415-878-6220 

If you cannot attend, please make your cancellation by noon Sunday, October 16. 

Mark your calendars and sign up right away for our upcoming luncheon on October 18, 2022. Chris Arend, Esq. is the President of the Paso Robles (CA) Joint Unified School District (PRJUSD). 

Mr. Arend has led the PRJUSD to ban Critical Race Theory (CRT) from that school district’s curriculum. You will learn more about how to protect the education of K-12 students who maybe indoctrinated with anti-American curricula such as CRT. 

Chris has studied extensively the CRT hoax. With that knowledge he has spoken to many audiences about the need to rid our school districts of CRT. Chris will speak to NRWF about increasing community and parent involvement in controversial school issues and curriculum. He is sounding the alarm about divisive CRT curriculum, educating California citizens on CRT and offering positive solutions that work. Space is limited so get your reservations right away for this exciting luncheon. 

In addition, this meeting will highlight “Learning from a local candidate” Faye Bourret, candidate for San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) Board of Trustees position. She will briefly present her campaign platform. She has an upbeat message about her plans to provide positive steps to improve the SRCS curriculum and return academic excellence for all students in SRCS. 

Novato Republican Women, Federated

presents

"The Importance of Expanding the
Martin Luther 
King, Jr. (MLK) curriculum around the USA

Matthew Daniels, J.D., Ph.D.
Professor at The Institute of World Politics,

Tuesday, September 20, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Marin Country Club, 500 Country Club Dr., Novato

$35 | $30 members and their guests

RESERVATIONS:

Online: HERE

By e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

By phone:  415-878-6220 

If you cannot attend, please make your cancellation by noon Sunday, September 18. 

At our next meeting we will be hosting an amazing speaker. Matthew Daniels, Professor at The Institute of World Politics, Founder of Good of All, Founder of the Center for Human Rights and International Affairs, and Chair of Law and Human Rights, will discuss his efforts to instill a positive new "diversity" curriculum in our schools based on the tenets of Martin Luther King, Jr. instead of CRT.  

After attending NY inner city public schools, Dr. Daniels received a full scholarship to Dartmouth College where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1985.  He later received a Public Interest Law Scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he obtained both his law degree and a Master’s in Public Administration.  He was subsequently awarded a doctoral fellowship in American Politics to study judicial policymaking and the rule of law at Brandeis University.

After launching an online video portal in partnership with venture capital specialist Sequoia Capital, the lead backer of YouTube and Google, Dr. Daniels received a major Templeton Foundation grant to found Good of All (www.goodofall.org) an international public education movement dedicated to promoting universal human rights in the Digital Age.  Building from an initial base in South Korea, Good of All has launched a half dozen academic centers on three continents and has reached over 40 million people online. He has been a champion of human rights and liberty through teaching, communications and creating multiple innovative organizations in furtherance of human freedom.