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Parents, administrators, teachers and education advocates form coalition to
“Reclaim the Promise of Public Education”

DetroitNAACP 

WHAT:

Press conference for National Day of Action on Education.  Parents, community groups, teachers and advocates come together to reclaim the promise of public education.

 

WHO:

Detroit Branch NAACP – Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President

ACLU Michigan – Kary Moss, Executive Director

AFT Michigan – David Hecker, President

Ceasar Chavez Academy – Teshaune Harden, Teacher

Metro Detroit AFL-CIO – Chris Michalakis, President

MOSES – Pastor Joseph Stephens President of the Inkster Vicinity Ministerial Alliance and Pastor of New Birth Baptist Church in Inkster

Youth Voices – Michael Reynolds, Tryvon Stapleton/Detroit area high school students

 

WHEN:

Monday, December 9, 2013

4:00 P.M.

 

WHERE:

St. Luke AME Church

363 Labelle Street

Highland Park, MI 48203

 

MORE DETAILS:

Citing tremendous pressure on Michigan’s education system, students and their families, a unique group of stakeholders has come together to raise the bar for public education and better serve children.  The coalition of students, parents, educators, advocates and community members have all noted the need to better collaborate in order to give all the state’s children the opportunity to achieve.

 

Children and parents will speak about the need to remedy such problems as overcrowded classrooms, inadequate infrastructure and too few qualified teachers.   The event is organized by such diverse stakeholders as charter school administrators, teachers faith based groups and education advocates. The coalition is growing and this event will also be an invitation to others who want to lend their efforts to improving education outcomes for Michigan’s students.

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