About Education Town Hall

The Education Town Hall with Thomas Byrd is the contemporary meeting place facilitating the construction of effective community-supported education solutions and strategic transformational actions. All are welcome.

The price of admission is your sincere desire to lend your voice and talents in transforming our education system into the very best this nation has to offer. The Education Town Hall is the intersection where parents, students, teachers, administrators, community members, policy makers and politicians can all meet to share stories, struggles, and solutions. If you feel that you haven’t had a voice before, please know that you do now.

cropped-ethbackgroundlogo4web8-e13556949854413.jpgThe Education Town Hall airs Thursdays on We Act Radio, broadcasting from Historic Anacostia in the nation’s capital, at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern).

Listen via TuneIn wherever there’s internet.

The Education Town Hall BUS:

The fourth Thursday of each month —
THIRD Thursdays in November and December due to holidays —

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This BUS driven by stakeholders. Tune in the fourth Thursday of each month in 2015 for news and views from BadAss Teachers Association + United Opt Out + Save Our Schools

Latest Program

Archived programs on Mix Cloud and throughout this blog. Please share widely.

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We Act Radio

The Education Town Hall is part of the local “Live Wire” programming of We Act Radio: progressive radio broadcasting from Martin Luther King Avenue in Historic Anacostia.

Join the Discussion

This forum extends the on-air “Education Town Hall” discussion and offers additional resources. We consider widely applicable education topics as well as those of particular concern to the immediate listening area: DC, Maryland, Virginia. Through radio and blog, citizens together explore today’s educational challenges and opportunities.

Your thoughts are crucial, as we seek constructive ideas for our school communities and our neighborhoods. Guest blogs and comments are welcome here.

Participate — and then #dosomething!

Also join us on Facebook and on Twitter.

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