Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Ask President Obama how he plans to Give Kids Good Schools!

 

Give Kids Good Schools
January 24, 2012
 
Ask President Obama how he plans to Give Kids Good Schools!
President Obama will deliver his State of the Union address tonight at 9:00pm ET. During his speech, he will lay out his priorities for the upcoming year. After the speech, the president wants to hear from you!
The White House is offering a number of ways to get involved in the discussion about this year's State of the Union. Make sure that the Administration knows that giving kids a quality public education that prepares them for college and a career is of vital importance to the American people.
At 9:00pm ET you can watch the enhanced version of the speech with graphics, data and statistics at  WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU. You can use the Twitter hashtag #SOTU to discuss the speech live. Immediately following the speech, pose your questions to a live panel at the White House. Senior advisors will answer your questions about the President's address submitted via twitter (use #WHChat & #SOTU), Facebook and an in-person audience of tweetup participants.
On Friday, January 27 at 12:00 pm ET, Roberto Rodriguez, Special Assistant to the President for Education Policy, will be hosting Office Hours on Twitter. You can ask your question by using the hashtag #WHChat and follow the Q&A through the @WHLive twitter account.
On Monday, January 30, President Obama will join the conversation in a special Google+ Hangout, a live multi-person video chat, from the White House. In order to participate, please visit the White House YouTube channel to send in your questions and to vote for your favorite questions. The deadline is Saturday, January 28 at midnight ET.
For ideas about what to ask President Obama, please visit Top 10 Questions to Ask Elected Officials.
Thank you for all you do to Give Kids Good Schools!

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