Community Voices for Public Education drive the Education Town Hall BUS

jesseOn today’s Education Town Hall BUS, Alicia Verdier and Claudia De Leon from Community Voices for Public Education (CVPE) in Houston, TX discuss the Opt Out Academies model for students who are not participating in standardized testing. In the second segment, Jesse “The Walking Man” Turner discusses the future of public education and education activism in the wake of the 2016 election results. Listen live via TuneIn or check back for recording.

CVPE is “a multiracial organization that unites Houston parents, educators, students, and community members to advocate for policies that strengthen Houston’s public school system so that all children have access to a high quality public education.” Their Opt Out Academies guide helps others host similar academies during testing weeks. Dr. Turner is professor of literacy at Central Connecticut State University and active with Save Our Schools and other education advocates. He blogs at “Children Are More Than Test Scores.”

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The Education Town Hall broadcasts from Historic Anacostia
in Washington, DC, Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. Eastern
on We Act Radio.
Listen live via TuneIn.
Shows are archived for convenient listening shortly after broadcast.

The Education Town Hall BUS is a monthly program
organized by BadAss Teachers, United Opt Out, and SOS March.
The program airs on the 4th Thursday of each month with occasional schedule adjustments for holidays and other exigencies.



Categories: BUS program, educational activism, high stakes testing, National Issues, testing

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1 reply

  1. Hi is the link for this show up yet?
    Thank you.
    Jesse

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