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Educators General Assembly this Sunday

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Calling all educators and youth workers!

Sunday, December 6 Time: 2PM- 5PM

New Freeway Hall

5018 Rainer Ave. S., Seattle, WA 98118

Come together to network, discuss and act on issues facing educators and students in the Seattle region.

Whether you’re already part of an organization, working on education issues or just looking to connect with other concerned educators, the Educators General Assembly invites you to join us this Sunday.

Possible issues include the school-to-prison pipeline, transformative justice, high-stakes testing, recess, workplace conditions, school funding, school board elections, and our unions!

Let’s share our common struggles and organize around creating more socially just schools in the Puget Sound region.

The General Assembly was organized by the GA Organizing Committee, a collection of educators and advocates from various sectors (e.g., elementary, secondary, university levels and community-based youth organizations) who are concerned about the state of education and interested in working together to improve education for young people across the region. The meeting on Sunday will be a time to define the issues that matter most to educators, parents, and other youth workers. Participants will share ideas and stories and create action plans within various working groups.

Hosted by the Ad Hoc Educators General Assembly Organizing Committee

Link to FB Event: Educators General Assembly

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