GEM has heard that Manhattan East and neighboring schools are inviting organizations to help and support them.
They were recently told to leave the building so that it could be given to charter-school “Yes,-I-earn-a-good-living” administrator Eva Moskowitz.
See Juan Gonzalez’s Feb. 27th article in the Daily News about Ms Moskowitz, which begins:
“She’s also making a bundle.”. . .
They say she is not shy about packing public meetings with a parent group she has organized, and then demanding that other public schools give up their space to make way for her programs.”
The community is being asked to join teachers and parents to move this issue forward and turn it into a citywide campaign. They are trying to bring all East Harlem schools together on this issue.
410 E. 100 St. and First Ave.
standards to ensure every child in the city has access to a Quality Education!
Charter Schools should not come into our neighborhoods
and expand at the expense of the District Schools.
The Parent Associations at our Schools are telling the DoE NO MORE!!!!
SAVE Manhattan East, Renaissance and Mosaic Prep Academy, and others!
WE WILL NOT ALLOW MANHATTAN EAST AND RENISSANCE TO BE PUT OUT AND
OTHER SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT TO BE DOWNSIZED OR PHASED OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!
STAND TOGETHER WITH US TO MAKE THE DoE GIVE US ANSWERS.
VOICE YOUR OPINION.
TELL THE DOE NO MORE.
OUR CHILDREN DESERVE A QUALITY EDUCATION.
Please call Rose Jimenez (917) 406-1091 or
email us at: MosaicParentAssociation@univision.com