More From Our Schools Speaker Series
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Want to help ensure that all kids in your community receive the very best education?
Save the Date to join us for the next speaker in the More From Our Schools series!
Thursday February 18th, 2010
5:00-6:30pm at Montbello High School in Northeast Denver
FREE and open to the public – Childcare & Food will be provided
Space is limited! Please RSVP to Claudia Winkler at [email protected] or at 720-932-1544.
Let her know if you think you will need child care when you RSVP!
Speaker: Eva Moskowitz, Chief Executive Officer, Success Charter Network,
a former elected official and Chair of the New York City Council Education Committee
Ms. Moskowitz is a former elected official and Chair of the New York City Council Education Committee, and a forceful advocate for education. Eva has been a history professor and civics teacher at Prep for Prep, a program for gifted minority students. She then started the Success Charter Network in 2006 with the Harlem Success Academy 1, added three more schools in the summer of 2008 with plans to expand to 40 over a decade. As part of these efforts, she helped create Harlem Parents United, a group that shows up en masse at public hearings to demand good schools for their children.
What is this speaker’s series?
It’s a chance for you to learn how the community can advocate for an excellent education for all youth. We’re bringing nationally renowned speakers to you so you can be empowered to expect and demand more from our schools. Hear new ideas, ask questions, and learn what you can do.
Who’s behind it?
This series has been created by a group of educational and non-profit organizations who want to make sure that Denver parents and communities have the best information to improve our schools. Sponsoring organizations include A+ Denver, Metro Organizations for People (MOP), Padres y Jovenes Unidos, Get Smart Schools, The Urban League, and Stand for Children.
Over the last several years, Denver Public Schools (DPS) has wrestled with how to create better schools; yet, despite these efforts, we continue to have a shortage of quality schools to serve DPS students.
● What does that mean to your community, your family, and your kids?
● What role can you play?
● How can you demand more for Denver kids and create change?
Visit MoreFromOurSchools.com to read about the third dynamic speaker, too.
(Photo credit: MoreFromOurSchools.com)