Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
presents, free & open to the public,
Sunday, September 25,
“City Parents Fight Back: Charters, ‘Race to the Top’ and the Struggle for a Quality Education in New York City”
A talk by Leonie Haimson
From suing the city Department of Education over its strategy of supporting charters over existing public schools operating in a building, to taking on its contract with Murdoch’s News Corp., Leonie Haimson and her group Class Size Matters are there, fighting for democratic schooling. Ms. Haimson also is editor of the NYC Public School Parent blog and a columnist for the Huffington Post. She is a founding member of Parents Across America, an organization dedicated to making the parent voice heard in the national debate over education reform.
@ 1:30 pm
A video & panel discussion co sponsored by the
Green Party and the Ethical Action Committee of BSEC
A compelling documentary produced, directed, filmed and edited by teachers, parents and social workers in the public school system. We reject “Waiting for Superman” and the privatization of PUBLIC Education by hedge fund millionaires and corporate interests. PUBLIC Education is not for sale!
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture,
53 Prospect Park West (bet 1st St. & 2nd St.).
(F train to 7th ave. or 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza)
Come at 11am or 1:30pm. Lunch will be available for those staying for both.
A question: Will there be childcare for any part of this?
Now that it’s WAY past midnight and our eyes are dprooing lower, it’s time for us night owls to get our second wind! So here is a big HOOT from Alabama. Keep on Reading!!!! Just a few more hours to go!!!! Go Reading,Go Reading,Go Reading!!!Rebeccathe Transcendentalists team!
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This “free sharing” of information seems too good to be true. Like communism.