Posts tagged with education

Why I will march, pt. 1 — Pull me!

July9

Saturday July 30th, I will be heading out to the California Capitol building in a statement of solidarity with others about current education policy. It sounds like a small thing, since I only live about 2 miles away, but given the odds of it being a triple-digit temperature day (over 100 degrees Fahrenheit), it will […]

State of Emergency: Looking Forward

May21

View looking west from the Capitol  building IMG_4115 by V31S70, on Flickr The Mid-range We had some successes last week at the State of Emergency, but what is the long game? First up, will be getting an extension of revenues due to expire at the end of June.  In today’s budget revise, where the Governor […]

Looking Back: Final Reflections on State of Emergency

May15

It was a long, grueling week, but I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. I want to look back at what happened and what we may have achieved. I think we need to keep in mind what we were told as this campaign started on Monday (which seems so long ago now), this is […]

What would make a teacher do that?

May15

“It’s so sad that teachers have to go this far to get the attention of some lawmakers.” –David Sanchez, President of CTA Since I was at the State of Emergency held by CTA all week, I got to know some of the participants in Thursday’s sit-in. I thought I would share the story of one […]

My Links on State of Emergency

May13

Posts on this blog tagged “StateofEmergency” My Diigo Bookmarks tagged “StateofEmergency” My YouTube State of Emergency playlist My Flickr photoset of pictures from State of Emergency State of Emergency FB Page CTA’s State of Emergency Website

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