Question? Comment? Ask JC Brizard this Thursday 9/1

August 31, 2011 at 5:30 am 1 comment

Here’s a chance to ask the CEO himself.  Admittedly, I get bogged down thinking about what to ask and can never decide what my question would be.  Actually, I think I might inquire about the grading scale inconsistency.  That is one of my obvious “need to fix” things right now….

 

WBEZ will be taking questions from Jean-Claude Brizard live on Thursday at 7PM. Anyone can call in to ask a question—they can be big, policy-level questions or more specific questions about particular schools.

Here are ways to participate:

-Email questions to:  SchoolsOnTheLine@wbez.org

-Leave a question or comment for Mr. Brizard ahead of time by calling 312-948-4886

-Join the live broadcast at 7pm by sending an email or by calling 312-923-9239

-Twitter: @AskBrizard

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  • 1. torikul  |  January 30, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    Ask about anything and get one or more answers for free or share one or more answers for cash.

    Ask questions

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