On Tuesday, April 21st, the Schools Seattle Deserves (SSD), a slate of candidates running for leadership in the Seattle Education Association, held an online press conference to introduce a powerhouse group of social justice union educators. The union election ends on Thursday, April 30th and then we will find out if a new day for social justice unionism has dawned in Seattle. Vote today for Jon Greenberg, Marquita Prinzing, and the whole SSD slate!
Month: April 2020
The “Schools Seattle Deserves” slate launches campaign for the Seattle Education Association union election!
I'm excited to announce that a powerful coalition of educators has come together to launch the "Schools Seattle Deserves" (SSD) slate of candidates in the Seattle Education Association union election that begins on Tuesday, April 21 and ends on April 30th. I fully endorse this slate of candidates and urge all members of the SEA …
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Remaking Schools In The Time Of Coronavirus–Online event with Jesse Hagopian, Noliwe Rooks, & Wayne Au
I am excited to announce that I will be joining Professor Noliwe Rooks and Professor Wayne Au for this online forum titled, "Remaking Schools in the Time of Coronavirus", hosted by Haymarket Books, Rethinking Schools and The New Press.
“Quarantined”: Announcing the release of the new single for the COVID-19 generation—Diary of a Teacher During the Coronavirus Crisis, Entry #5
The creation of the new single, "Quarantined," by my son and his friend, shows the potential of education.
People’s Historians Online– Mini-Classes with Jeanne Theoharis and Jesse Hagopian in April: 1) Rebellious Rosa Parks; 2) Young People in the Civil Rights Movement; 3) Civil Rights Movement Outside the South
I'm excited to announce that I will be joining the great people's historian, Jeanne Theoharis for a series of racial and social justice online courses for the first three Fridays in April. I first began working with Professor Theoharis last school year when she contacted me about partnering with the Black Student Union at my …
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