Sunday, March 3, 2013

Please Join Us on Monday, March 11th for a community screening of 180 Days Well Spent

Participatory Action Research Center for Education Organizing (PARCEO)

In memory of Linda Levine, educator, activist for justice in education, and remarkable human being

Please join

Participatory Action Research Center for Education Organizing,
together with Bloomingdale Family Program; Change the Stakes;
Graduate School of Education, Bank Street College of Education;
Metro Center at NYU; New York Collective of Radical Educators; New
York Performance Standards Consortium; Parent Leadership
Project; Public Science Project of the CUNY Graduate Center;
Teacher’s College Institute for Urban and Minority Education; and
Time Out from Testing,

for a community screening of

180 Days Well Spent

a collaboration between parents and educators about creating good schools for our children without high stakes tests

Monday, March 11, from 6 until 8 PM at Cafe Amrita, 301 W 110th Street (between Frederick Douglass and Manhattan Avenue)

Children are welcome!

A discussion will follow the twelve-minute film with:
Dani Gonzalez, parent organizer, and Marilyn Barnwell,
Bloomingdale Family Program, both in the video; Ann Cook,
New York Performance Standards Consortium, co-founder,
Urban Academy, & one of the video’s editors; and Flor
Donoso, Parent Leadership Project.

Light food provided. Cash bar.

Moderated by educator Edwin Mayorga 

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