Tuesday, May 19, 2009

CHARTER SCHOOLS IN HARLEM: Part of the Solution, or Part of the Problem?

The actions of the EEPs and ERPS are driving people to question many aspects of their market-based policies.

An Informational Meeting for Parents


co-founder of S.E.E.D.S., Inc. (www.seedswork.org) and on the
Coordinating Council of Black New Yorkers for Educational Excellence –
BNYEE (www.bnyee.com). He has been a community empowerment researcher,
planner and implementer for his entire adult life.

ESL/English teacher at Newcomers High School in Queens, Public School
Parent and Alumnus, UFT Chapter Leader

Wednesday, May 20
Jackie Robinson Community Center
110 East 129th Street
at the corner of Lexington & 129th

Sponsored by the Grassroots Education Movement
GEMnyc@gmail.com 718-601-4901

The Grassroots Education Movement is a coalition of groups and individuals fighting against the privatization of education in NYC.

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