From Alabama to DC: Teachers, Resources, and Education Gaps

On this week’s Education Town Hall, Jesse T. Smith, candidate for Congress in the 3rd District of Alabama, and Elizabeth Davis, president of the Washington (DC) Teachers Union, join a conversation about local and national trends in education, the needs of teachers and students, and the role of upcoming political races in ensuring equal education “in every zipcode.”

LizD91814Liz Davis, president of WTU, at We Act Radio studio
Jesse T. Smith, not pictured, participated via remote link

Listen to tracks 3 and 4 here —

The Education Town Hall broadcasts from Historic Anacostia in Washington, DC, Thursdays at 11 Eastern on We Act Radio.
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Categories: charter authorization legislation, Charter Schools, community engagement, corporate influence in schools, DC-Area Education, equity in education, executive control of schools, federal education legislation, National Issues

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