Sun, April 29, 6-7:30PM, Fields Center (58 Prospect Ave.) - We the People: Creating a Grassroots Movement to Transform Public Education
The We the People Tour seeks to inspire local communities to get a conversation moving among and across stakeholder groups in today’s educational landscape, prioritizing the voices of students, parents and teachers in helping to initiate a national dialogue about high quality education as a Constitutional right. Using a variety of educational and social events, the Tour promotes local activism around quality education for every child.
When:April 29th 2012 from 6-7:30 pm
Where:Carl Fields Center - 58 Prospect Avenue
Representatives from The Young People's Project will facilitate a community forum on quality education—highlighting reform efforts that consider the student perspective. Participants will share their experiences, ideas & visions in a workshop format.
Food will be provided
For more information:Contact Leide Cabral at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about The Young People’s Project visit www.typp.org
This event is Co-Sponsored by:The Center For African American Studies (CAAS)Pace Center Community HouseThe Carl Fields CenterPrinceton Association of Black Women& The Black Student Union