People’s State of the Union

Share your stories on Saturday, January 30th, 10:00am-11:30am, 1430 Carswell St. Baltimore, Md 21218. Refreshments will be provided. RSVP here.

smPSOTU_PSOTU2016_3Between January 23-31, 2016, individuals and organizations across the U.S. will sign up to host story circles as part of The People’s State of the Union. Every January, the President delivers a State of the Union address highlighting important issues from the past year and suggesting priorities for the coming year. The People’s State of the Union is an invitation to supplement the President’s stories with our own. #PSOTU2016

We will each tell a three minute story about one of these prompts that we will share with the PSOTU poets who write a People’s State of the Union from all of our stories that they will perform on February 20:

  • Share a story you think the next President absolutely needs to hear about what is happening in Baltimore City and how is it impacting schools in your community.
  • Share a story about a time you felt a sense of belonging —or the opposite—in a school and/or community in Baltimore.

See Poetic Address 2015 here.

Click here to RSVP for #PSOTU2016

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The People’s State of the Union

PSOTU-Logo1Between January 23-31, 2016, individuals and organizations across the U.S. will sign up to host story circles as part of The People’s State of the Union. Every January, the President delivers a State of the Union address highlighting important issues from the past year and suggesting priorities for the coming year. The People’s State of the Union is an invitation to supplement the President’s stories with our own. #PSOTU2016

We will each tell a three minute story about one of these prompts that we will share with the PSOTU poets who write a People’s State of the Union from all of our stories that they will perform on February 20:

  • Share a story you think the next President absolutely needs to hear about what is happening in Baltimore City and how is it impacting schools in your community.
  • Share a story about a time you felt a sense of belonging —or the opposite—in a school and/or community in Baltimore.

See Poetic Address 2015 here.

Click here to RSVP for #PSOTU2016

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The Reflective Teacher

Join us for dinner and stories about problems of practice in schools and classrooms. One or two people each month will share their stories and participate in a structured reflection process that provides substantive feedback (on issues such as race and identity), promotes a sense of mutual support, and deepens practice for all participants.

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Thursdays 5pm -7pm

Dream House, 1430 Carswell St. 

November 5, 2015

SPECIAL EVENTS

Network with other teachers and education advocates as you watch films, listen to panels and discuss ideas on a range of topics of interest to educators and community members.

Click here to register for any of the following dates. 

Thursdays 6pm-8pm  (Locations to be announced)

Oct 15   “Charters: The Illusion of Change” (Register for this event here)

Mar 17   “Teacher Activism in Baltimore”

Apr 21    “Corporatized: The Real Story About the Public Education Takeover”

Jun 9     “School Stories: The Human Face of Policy”