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Jeanine McGregor (Ms. Mac), award-winning educator, author, consultant, publisher, researcher to pre
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • Posted March 20, 2013

Jeanine McGregor (Ms. Mac) will deliver a presentation on CSCOPE at the next Mason Tea Party meeting on Thursday, March 28, 6:30 p.m. at the Richard P. Eckert Civic Center, 1024 McKinley, Mason, Texas.

CSCOPE is a progressive online curriculum being used in about 80% of all Texas Schools. Jeanine McGregor has investigated CSCOPE extensively and will discuss the results of her research, how this is adversely affecting our children on several levels, and the negative impact this program is having on our educational system in Texas. With the State Board of Education not having controlled the content of this curriculum, hearings are now underway in the Texas Senate.

McGregor is an accomplished educator, author, speaker and researcher.  She is a State Board of Education Professional Provider, an All Level Certified Teacher (Pre-K through grade 12). She has been a speaker at numerous conferences and association meetings with emphasis on topics including inspiring academic Exceptionalism, enhancing memory, importance of parental involvement, and educating gifted, special needs and Hispanic children.

Jeanine was the Founder and Director of Horizons Academy in San Angelo from 1990 to 2002.  She is CEO of Mac Math, Inc., a research driven corporation. She is the author of several books including the Midget Digits Book Series (eight math mnemonic books for children), The Tales of Fort Word, Texas  (high vocabulary for young readers), The Yummies & the Yuckies (20 most common SAT words for elementary students), and Noggin’ Nuggets (memory systems for quicker learning).  In addition, she has written numerous articles that have been published in various magazines and journals.  

She has received several honors and awards from various organizations in recognition of her service and contributions.  

All parents, educators and education minded citizens are invited to attend this informative program on CSCOPE.

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