NCDPI – Scared of Public School Advocates

If you were not aware, Amplify, the company that produces mClass, had a meeting today with DPI officials concerning the secretive process in which a contract was awarded to iStation.

Amplify invited some pubic school advocates from NC to sit in on the meeting.

Susan Book, founder of Save Our Schools NC!, Suzanne Parker Miller, the founder of NC Families for School Testing Reform, and Chelsea Bartel actually were checked into the meeting and received badges.

Then they were escorted out by security for no apparent reason at the time.

Book posted this on the Save Our Schools! Facebook page:


Supposedly, the meeting was closed and DPI forgot to tell anyone.

Seems like the real reason for their being escorted out is because of fear of the truth being found out.

At 10 A.M. Friday morning at Bicentennial Mall, there will be a press conference asking for a full investigation into the iStation procurement process.

Please show your support in any way you can. Go to the press conference. Write you legislators. Ask the media to investigate.