Just 1 in 5 students in Rockford public schools can read at grade level. Only 1 in 7 are at grade level for math. They are some of the lowest results in Illinois. Who’s responsible? And shouldn’t parents have other school options for their children?
Join us for a public forum on the state of Rockford’s K-12 public education and what parents can do to improve student outcomes. Featuring a presentation by Ted Dabrowski, president of Wirepoints, followed by a Q&A period to give parents an opportunity to ask questions and share concerns on where we go from here. Hosted by State Representative Joe Sosnowski and Elevate & Inspire.