Led by Anna Grant, Organizer, NEA Strategic Campaign Institute for Community Schools and Aisha Blanchard-Young, California Teachers Association
Public school workers are on the front lines every day, struggling to meet diverse student needs amidst increasing social crises and decreasing support. We need to defend public schools from attack, but we also need to transform them into the schools our students deserve. Transformation requires a vision, and a method - what are the schools we are fighting for, and what does it take to create them?
Come learn about the Community School model: a bottom-up, strengths-based approach to school transformation. Community Schools are places where students, families, staff, and community members come to feel ownership over their neighborhood public school. They bring together the skills, wisdom and resources of educators, families, and community members to address barriers to learning (hunger, stress, mistrust, insecure housing, lack of medical care) so that every child’s full attention is available to learn, inquire, try, and grow.
Register here for this virtual informational event: https://raceforward-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIscu-gpz4qEtY8DHrH7VPU04hF_7GX2Mqp#/registration
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