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We will be having three guest speakers for a panel discussion at tomorrow's Visioning Team Meeting at 6pm in the cafeteria! Our guests will be on-hand to discuss
What is a Community School? What will it mean for Miner?
I know that schedules and meetings are difficult to attend, but this particular meeting is going to be exciting! See below for details and if you can make it, PLEASE try and attend! We would love to have a good turnout of teachers, families, staff, and community members.
Visioning Team Meeting Thursday, February 18 at 6pm Miner Elementary Cafeteria
Introduction of Panel
Visioning Team Wrap-Up
Immediate next steps
Shital Shah - Assistant Director of Educational Issues of the American Federation of Teachers.Ms. Shah works across relevant departments helping examine and develop policy for and to support implementation of Community Schools Area of Work, around whole-school reform. She provides support and training to state and local affiliates related to policy, advocacy, and school and district implementation of approaches to Community School Strategy.
Elizabeth Davis - President, Washington Teachers Union.Ms Davis is a 40-year, highly effective educator at the forefront of public education advocacy and reform. An author, expert, educator and advocate, Ms. Davis works to promote quality education, improving teaching and learning conditions, and protect teacher rights.
Kyle Serrette - Miner Parent and Director, Education Strategy for the Center for Popular Democracy. Kyle works with CPD partner organizations, school districts, city leaders, and education coalitions across the United States to develop strategy and coordinate national and regional campaigns that work to bolster our public education system.
We will schedule another Visioning Team meeting soon to address the bumped agenda items to accommodate this opportunity for a panel discussion!